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A Florida woman is facing a lifetime ban from walt Disney World in may, after allegedly becoming violent out of the park ‘s Hollywood Studios, because they have not been able to find the cigarettes. The incident reportedly took place around 9 a.m. on Thursday.
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According to reports, the 53-year-old Ellen McMillion, of Brandon, Fla., was arrested and charged with third-degree felony battery and misdemeanor disorderly intoxication after she tried to hit a driver and was promoted to a deputy sheriff at the park.
The incident reportedly began when McMillion asked the taxi driver, who does not smoke, a cigarette outside in the park. She was upset when he told her that he didn’t have a cigarette, and started trying to hit on him, The Ledger reported.
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According to a police report, McMillion, was slurring her words and smelled of alcohol.
According to reports, the 53-year-old Ellen McMillion, of Brandon, Florida. was arrested and charged with third-degree felony battery and misdemeanor disorderly intoxication after she tried to hit a driver and was promoted to a deputy sheriff at the park.
Orange County Sheriff’s Department)
They also verbally stated that she was drunk several times. She demands a cigarette, multiple times, and it wasn’t going to speak to the delegates until they have had a cigarette,” according to the report, in accordance with The general Ledger.
“McMillion was still yelling profanities, when several adults and children walked by,” according to the report.
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After a McMillion was arrested, she allegedly kicked another deputy in the leg, “at least twice”, as they were taking her to the patrol car.
She was taken to the Orange County Jail.
According to the report, Disney world, security is applied McMillion is to be forbidden to all Walt Disney World properties.”
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In response to a request for comment from Fox News, a spokesperson for Disney stated that it has “no tolerance for violence.”