A family has filed a lawsuit against Disney after an employee dressed as the white rabbit from Alice In Wonderland allegedly refused to hug the family's black children. The family are claiming the employee is racist and looking for him to be fired and to receive and apology from Disney.
In an interview with Fox, the children seem upset by the event. "I went to hug him but he turned his back," said 6-year-old Jason Black. "It's made me feel sad because I wanted to really hug him."
Jason's older brother added: "The Rabbit was turning his back on him like he didn't want to touch him... Then I went up and tried to hold his hand but he kept flicking my hand off."
Continue reading: Disney Rabbit Racist? "Rabbit Wouldn't Hug My Child"
Bugs Bunny Sunday 12th August 2012 at the 3rd Annual My Brother Charlie Family Fun Festival held at The Culver Studios.
Need a cry? Adele’s always got you covered.
Exposing some of the sickest songs of the iconic rock band's career.
Where does Billie place among the Bond theme greats?
On the 8th October 1980 Talking Heads released not only one of their most significant albums but also one of the most significant albums of the last...
She’s set to become the youngest to ever headline Glastonbury.
As the summer ended and Fall arrived, some great new releases dropped in September, including the first new music from ABBA in 40 years!
On the 1st October 1991 Prince, together with a new backing band - The New Power Generation, released his 13th full length studio album - 'Diamonds...