Drunk Woman Banned From Disney After Attacking Police Officers

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A shocking incident has left us, well, shocked after a police report was recently released detailing a violent encounter between a drunk woman and several police officers at the Walt Disney World Resort.

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The Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, is home to some of the most incredible rides, attractions, and experiences in the world. Self-titled as “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” we actually couldn’t agree more with this title, as Walt Disney World features some of the most magical and amazing activities in the world, let alone the country.

From the stunning Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom to thrilling roller coasters at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, guests looking for fun are in luck no matter which theme park they visit. Speaking of roller coasters, one of the newest additions to the Walt Disney World Resort can be found at EPCOT with Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind.

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This ride became the first-ever roller coaster to open at EPCOT, marking a big milestone in the park’s ongoing transformation and renovation. EPCOT was the second theme park to open at the Walt Disney World Resort, and while it may seem a little boring to some, we find that EPCOT actually has some of the best offerings at the entire resort, especially now that Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind is open.

However, one of the largest offerings at Disney World doesn’t even involve rides or attractions but hotels. With Walt Disney World being so large, there are over 25 different resorts and hotels for guests to stay at, each offering their own timing, exercises, activities, and transportation.

Among the long list of hotels at Walt Disney World are Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s BoardWalk Resort, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and Disney’s Port Orleans Resort.

Port Orleans features two different sides to choose from: Riverside and French Quarter.

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Unfortunately, the magic vanished on a troubling night at Disney’s Port Orleans – Riverside earlier this year after a woman caused quite a scene. According to a newly released report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, police officers were called to the hotel after a “heavily intoxicated” woman “made several false allegations of Resort staff of battering her.”

Disney security informed officers that they had already issued a trespass notice against the woman, who was later identified as Jillian Dyehouse. Disney asked for help in removing the woman from the property. A trespass notice means that Dyehouse is banned from visiting any Disney property.

Police officers led Dyehouse back to her hotel room, noting that she was intoxicated and struggling to walk and talk.

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While in the hotel room at Port Orleans -Riverside, Dyehouse began arguing with the officers, eventually escalating the situation physically. Dyehouse ended up throwing a chair at a police officer. The police report reads:

“During the argument, Jillian began throwing items in the room as she packed, causing so much noise that it woke up guests in neighboring rooms, who opened their doors to see what was causing the commotion and asked to be moved to separate rooms for the night.”

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Eventually, Dyehouse was arrested and put into handcuffs. According to the report, Dyehouse was taken to the Orange County jail and booked on charges of disorderly intoxication, trespass, and resisting an officer without violence. To make the situation even more troubling, The Florida Department of Children and Families had to step in because Dyehouse was visiting with an underage child.

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