Disney employees have filed police reports claiming they were inappropriately touched by tourists posing with them for photos.
A woman playing Minnie Mouse accused one Disney World visitor of groping her chest three times.
Another female dressed as Mickey Mouse went to hospital with neck injuries caused by a grandmother patting her headgear, according to Orange County Sheriff’s Office files.
An 18-year-old worker in Donald Duck garb also claimed a woman slid her hands inside her costume and touched their chest.
The sheriff’s office investigated all three incidents and said the first two women later decided not to press charges.
They follow the arrest of a 51-year-old man in November for allegedly groping an employee portraying a Disney princess.
A Disney spokesperson said in a statement: ‘Everyone should feel safe at work, and we encourage Cast Members to come forward in any uncomfortable situation.
‘We provide multiple resources to protect our Cast Members’ well-being, including on-site law enforcement officers who respond, and are available to them, if needed.’
The Donald Duck employee agreed to let a woman in her 60s kiss the character at a meet-and-greet but she ‘proceeded to touch her all over her chest’ without permission, the police report said.
She tried to move away but the woman put her hands inside the costume and ‘frantically touched her chest over her bra’.
But the employee did not press charges, telling police the woman ‘appeared to be possibly suffering from dementia’.
The worker playing Minnie Mouse reported that a male visitor groped her chest three times after posing for photos alongside his wife.
The 61-year-old man was identified from pictures but the employee similarly opted not to press charges.
Disney banned the man, a Disney Vacation Club member, who had another ‘inappropriate interaction’ with a different cast member on December 5.
The woman playing Mickey Mouse at the Magic Kingdom told detectives a woman patted her costume’s head five times, causing it to slide down and strain her neck.
She reportedly said she did not believe it was her intention to hurt her and the sheriff’s office ruled it a civil, not criminal, matter.
Boone Scheer told the Orlando Sentinel his mother-in-law ‘barely touched’ her and was confused as to whether Disney has a no-touching rule after seeing the characters giving high-fives and hugs to visitors.
He added that Disney interviewed his wife a few hours latter and ‘tried to insinuate it was on purpose’.
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