Friday, January 01, 2021

Blind Items Revealed #14

August 20, 2020

In response to a question I received in a recent Q & A, I went digging for some documents about reported child sexual assaults/abuse at two of the properties owned by the company. How many reports had been taken? Zero. I found that astonishing. With the number of people in and out of the properties and considering hotels on property, there had to be at least a few, right? Nope. I knew the policy of the company was to never take a report about child abuse. The policy has always been, they are not our children, so it is not our worry. Parents discipline how they see fit. Apparently this has extended into reports of child sex assault and abuse too. So, I dug some more and asked some current and former employees. A victim through an adult or parent can report it to an employee, but there will be no action taken unless the victim is dying or needs to go to the hospital. In that case, there will be a report for insurance purposes, but there will be no mention of sex abuse or sex assault. The company says it is not up to them decide if that actually happened. They are just reporting a victim was injured and the nature of that injury. Not how it happened. Because of this loophole, people know it is safe to do whatever they want to kids and nothing is likely to happen if they bring a kid to either of these properties and assault them. 

Disneyland/Disney World

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