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TikTok Creator Goes Viral for Videos of Him Harassing Disney Princesses

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A TikTok creator recently gained widespread attention for their viral videos that depict them harassing Disney Princesses in the Disney theme parks. The disturbing trend has alarmed many Disney guests and fans, who are concerned about the disrespectful behavior exhibited by this person toward these beloved characters. The creator’s actions have sparked backlash online, with many condemning the inappropriate conduct and lack of respect shown towards the performers portraying the beloved Princesses.

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“Telling Adults at Disney World to Grow Up”

Walt Disney World Resort, known for its commitment to creating magical and enchanting attraction experiences for guests of all ages, has strict guidelines in place to ensure the safety and well-being of its cast members. The amusement park company has stated that such behavior will not be tolerated and is actively working to address the issue and prevent similar incidents in the future. Despite the negative attention garnered by these Disney guest videos, they have also sparked important discussions about guest behavior in the parks and the need for visitors to treat cast members with kindness and respect at all times.

Unfortunately, some Disney Park guests don’t see the need to respect cast members in the way they deserve to be respected. One TikTok user has gone viral for sharing a video entitled “Telling Adults at Disney World to Grow Up.” In the video, the creator spends his day in Magic Kingdom Park messing around with fellow guests and also cast members. While some of his jokes were very mild in nature, others have resulted in some major backlash from Disney fans.

In one clip, the creator is seen asking Elena of Avalor what her “real name is.” In the video, you can see the character performer desperately trying to keep the magic alive and dodge his questions.

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Fans Call out Disrespect

Many fans were quick to call out this user for the way he treated this cast member. One fan comments, saying,

“Imagine you’re hours into the shift tired, hungry, irritated but have to stay in the jolly character and have to deal with this.”

It is crucial for all visitors to remember that behind the characters and costumes are real people who deserve to be treated with dignity and appreciation for the joy and magic they bring to guests each day at Disney parks. Disney’s commitment to creating a safe and enjoyable environment for all guests hinges on mutual respect and consideration from visitors towards the hard-working cast members who dedicate themselves to creating unforgettable experiences for park attendees. Let this serve as a reminder to all guests that when visiting the happiest place on earth, kindness and respect should always be at the forefront of interactions with Disney Princesses and all cast members who help bring the magic to life in the parks.

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Whether you’re visiting Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Paris, or any other Disney theme park worldwide, it is always essential to not use bad behavior when interacting with cast members and guests. While the worst guests might continue to try and ruin the Disney experience for others, combatting these interactions with kindness could help save your Disney vacation.

About Eva Miller

Eva was born and raised in the beautiful state of Oregon but has since relocated and lives in New York City. Since she was young, Eva has loved to perform in musicals, especially Disney ones! Through performing, Disney’s music became the soundtrack of her childhood. Today, Eva loves to write about all the exciting happenings for the Walt Disney Company. In her free time, Eva loves to travel, spend time in nature, and go to Broadway shows. Her favorite Disney movie is 'Lilo and Stitch,' and her favorite Park is Disney's Animal Kingdom.

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