Burns family out of Baltimore files $25 million class action lawsuit alleging that 5-year-old Kennedi Burns was discriminated against when the family visited the Sesame Place theme park KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, July 28, 2022

Burns family out of Baltimore files $25 million class action lawsuit alleging that 5-year-old Kennedi Burns was discriminated against when the family visited the Sesame Place theme park

Earlier this month, Sesame Place faced backlash after a New York mother shared a now-viral video of her daughter and niece seemingly being ignored by one of the characters at Sesame Place. (Read More Here).

The video caused many other families to share videos of their children seemingly being ignored as well. Now one family in Baltimore has filed a lawsuit against the theme park alleging that their child was discriminated against. 

According to @cbs_philly, the Burns family out of Baltimore has filed a $25 million class action lawsuit alleging that 5-year-old Kennedi Burns was discriminated against when the family visited the theme park back on June 18th. 

The family's attorney Malcolm Ruff spoke out and said, "She was ignored amongst a sea of other young white children who were able to interact, give hugs, high fives." At least four of the characters from the park are accused of refusing to interact with you Kennedi and other Black guests that were present 

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