Disneyland Resort is known the “Happiest Place on Earth,” but another Disney Influencer recently came out about an “attack” that was witnessed at Princess Nite.
Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort see thousands of Guests daily. With this number of Guests, anything can happen. Guests have been spotted cussing out Disney Cast Members, fighting with other Disney Guests in line, and much more.
While this is not how Disney wants Guests to think of their Parks, some Guests try and ruin Disney magic for everyone. Disneyland Resort is known for having two theme parks Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.
On March 7 and March 9, Guests could experience the Disneyland After Dark series as “Princess Nite After Hours.” Disneyland will also be hosting another event called. Disneyland After Dark: Throwback Nite on April 18 and 20, 2023. Disneyland and Disney World are known for having events for Guests to enjoy during different points of the year.
Disney Dining covered the first Disney influencer who came out about being allegedly attacked at Disneyland’s Princess Nite. Disney influencer, Justin Scarred, went on TikTok and YouTube to talk about him reportedly being “attacked.” While he could not share many details, the second person in this “attack” has decided to speak out.
Popular Disney influencer Spencer Emmons shared in a Youtube video that he wanted to “set the record straight” on what happened during the confrontation with Justin Scarred at Disneyland. Spencer made a YouTube, saying that Scarred got in his face and then yelled for him to get out of his face. While this “attack” happened over a question that Spencer asked, the Disney influencer states he was not the aggressor in this situation and the story that Justin Scarred is putting out is incorrect. He says the heated situation lasted maybe 20 or 30 seconds. He added that what is important that there was never a physical confrontation and that no one was in any danger. This situation ended on good terms with a handshake, he said.
The details that Justin Scarred previously shared do not match what was shared by Emmons, meaning that there are conflicting reports.
Will Disney change how they potentially handle influencers in the future due to incidents that are occurring? While we hope not, Disney Dining will continue to update issues and “attacks” that happen at Disney Parks.