A dead customer landed Disney in the middle of this shocking lawsuit

Mar 7, 2024

The nightmare scenario for Disney became a reality.

The embattled company is dealing with a public relations crisis.

And a dead customer landed Disney in the middle of this shocking lawsuit.

Everything is going wrong for the Walt Disney Company after the entertainment giant decided to go woke.

The company’s movie and streaming businesses have suffered massive financial losses as audiences reject the divisive, Left-wing political agenda inserted in their content.

Disney’s theme parks had been a rare bright spot in an avalanche of bad news.

Disney sued after a woman died at one of their restaurants

The husband of a woman who died of an allergic reaction at one of the restaurants at the Disney World resort in Florida is filing a lawsuit against Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

The lawsuit accuses Disney World and the restaurant of negligence and wrongful death.

Dr. Kanokporn Tangsuan ate at the Raglan Road Irish Pub in Disney World last October with her husband, Jeffrey J. Piccolo, before she passed away later that night.

The medical examiner’s autopsy report cited in Piccolo’s lawsuit claims that Tangsuan died of a severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis from “elevated levels of dairy and nut in her system.”

The couple picked the Irish pub to dine at because the restaurant advertised that it could accommodate customers with food allergies.

The lawsuit claims that Tangsuan, a New York University doctor, informed the restaurant that she suffered from nut and dairy allergies before they ordered.

The restaurant’s staff assured her that they would be able to accommodate her specific food allergies.

Tangsuan left the Raglan Road Irish Pub to go shopping where she began to have difficulty breathing.

An epi-pen was used at Planet Hollywood to try and save her life, but she was transported to a local hospital where she was later pronounced dead.

Disney accused of negligence in wrongful death lawsuit

“Raglan Road advertises and represents to the public that food allergies and/or the accommodation of persons with food allergies is a top priority and that patrons/guests may consult with a chef or special diet trained cast member before placing an order, and at all times material, plaintiff relied upon these representations in selecting Disney Springs/Raglan Road for dinner,” the lawsuit states.

The lawsuit accuses the restaurant of not properly training its staff, failing to warn Tangsuan that her food contained allergens, failing to prepare allergen-free food as advertised, and failure of the restaurant’s staff to follow the proper procedures to ensure the food was allergen-free.

Brian Denney, the attorney for Piccolo, said that the grieving husband is “devastated over the premature death of his beloved wife. Amy had a long life in front of her and she and Jeff had plans to start a family. This never should have happened.”

Disney will have to answer in court for what happened to cause the tragedy that unfolded at its theme park.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story. 

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