This Is The Epitome Of A Mickey Mouse Lawsuit.

Are you kidding us?

Marc Rubin said he was picking out the spot to propose to his future wife in front of Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom when the most important moment of his life was thwarted by a Disney employee who insisted he move, court documents say.

Now, Rubin is suing Walt Disney Parks and Resorts after the 2015 altercation. The lawsuit, seeking more than $15,000, was filed in late September in Orange Circuit Court.

The Disney cast member had a different account of what happened that July.

The 24-year-old told authorities that when she asked Rubin to move 3 feet back for the parade route, Rubin screamed in her face and grabbed her.

Rubin, a visitor from Suffolk County in New York, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and was fined $100 plus court costs, according to documents provided by the State Attorney’s Office.

So this chucklehead is suing over an incident to which he later pleaded guilty?

Yeah, that’s gonna work real well.

Rubin is suing for negligence, arguing Disney falsely accused him of grabbing the employee’s shirt and alleging, among other things, that Disney did not release a copy of surveillance video as proof that he did not touch the employee. He also is suing for false arrest or imprisonment.

“The safety of the people who work in and visit our parks is very important to us,” a Disney spokeswoman said in an email. “We will respond to the allegations as appropriate in court.”

This is why we can’t have nice things. Some guy thinks that he can block the iconic Disney World parade that thousands come to the park to see and when asked to move a whopping three feet, he goes off and assaults and employee?

No matter how you feel about the Mouse’s House, no employee should ever be assaulted by some moron who thinks they are more important than the rest of the people in the park.


As advice to the woman he was about to ask to marry him, run – do not walk, run – away from this guy.

This is one of those lawsuits that we hope that the guy loses and has to pay legal costs for the Disney legal team.

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