If this really was a hoax, then we’re just appalled at this woman!
Recently, grandmother Kelly Mullins told a story about her three-year-old granddaughter Victoria Wilcher being turned away from KFC because of the scars on her face.
Well, as of now it looks like everything was made up!
According to Laurel Leader-Call, a source explained, “It just didn’t happen.” They went on to explain that the grandma created the whole story, and there’s proof!
Not only is there no record of the order she described — sweet tea and mashed potatoes — at the KFC she went to, but there’s also no sight of the pair on video surveillance! Also, there appears to be no one who saw them!
However, since this story went viral, Mullins has received free surgeries, over $135,000 in donations for Victoria, AND $30,000 from KFC!
There’s no word on if KFC will press charges against Mullins, but the owner of the Jackson, Mississippi franchise in question said on his Facebook:
"At this point their story is full of holes. Any thinking person who follows their timeline can see it. The event at KFC never happened."
We can’t imagine how hard it would be to have a grandchild go through something this traumatizing, but why spin stories to make it worse?! AND put a person’s business in jeopardy, since it’s a franchise?!
[Image via Facebook.]
Tags: family, girl, hoax, icky icky poo, Kelly Mullins, KFC, Laurel Leader Call, sad sad, tacky and true, Victoria Wilcher, wacky