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Two Young Girls Called 'Whores' By Character At Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights — It Was Caught On Tape And They've Lawyer'd Up!

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What was supposed to be a fun night of pretend horror turned into one seriously upsetting situation for two young girls.

Roxy Fisher and her friend Kayla Beals, both 13, went with a group to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights on September 26th, presumably to have a fun, scary experience.

We're pretty sure they didn't go there to be called "whores" by a performer/character at the California theme park, but that's exactly what appears to have happened!

The girls were obviously upset by this, and their mothers are totally livid.

In fact, their moms actually tried to talk to park management after the incident but were told they needed to buy a ticket before they could go in and talk to someone. Oh and tickets were sold out that day too, so no luck.

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It has now come to getting famed civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred involved, even though they're NOT taking legal action!

All they want is an apology from the park and the performer — and to figure out how this could've happened!

Check out the video (below) to hear how this has affected the girls in their own words and to hear Universal's response to everything!

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32 comments to “Two Young Girls Called 'Whores' By Character At Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights — It Was Caught On Tape And They've Lawyer'd Up!”

  1. Yanica alvarez says – reply to this


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    There has to be more to the story.

  2. Monique M. says – reply to this


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    Why weren't their parents with them. They went to an adult event they should have been with an adult or not have gone.

  3. FRN says – reply to this


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    they went out of their way to go to one of those side shows at the theme park. what did they expect? those shows are intended for MATURE audiences. it's like going to a comedy show and suing the comedian because they called you a name during the act. this is why the legal system is so messed up.



  4. 4

    I don't really blame the mothers for being upset

  5. HannahCali says – reply to this


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    Re: Monique M.
    I'm from LA and I've been going to Universal alone since I was 13. It's pretty safe. It's actually much safer than going to one of the bigger parks like Disneyland alone at that age. It's a public place and there is a lot of security around. It is also in a large neighborhood in LA. Also Hollywood Horror nights is not something that you would expect someone to get hurt.

  6. bnietzsche says – reply to this


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    gurl on the right looks like CHELSEA HANDLER >>

  7. Jessie says – reply to this


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    Why is this tagged bullying? Bullying has to happen more than once and be targeted at that person for reasons to put them down or hurt them physically or emotionally. He was an actor who said something inapropriate. Not a bully. If he followed them through the park shouting whore maybe it would be bullying.,

  8. jade says – reply to this


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    No universal Holloween Horror nights is not for children and no it's not safe just because they have security don't mean Sh**t The world is full of crazy people . It's the parents job to make good judge ment and this is not one of them.



  9. 9

    If it walks like a duck…just saying. Little whores do look like whores.

  10. Debra says – reply to this


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    13 year old girls call each other whores all the time

  11. Andres says – reply to this


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    I thought this was abusive language until I saw the parents allowed their children to go to an mature adult event. I don't think this is like Disneyland.

  12. kat says – reply to this


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    Omg, I fear the worst for these little Brats! Would it be possible they suffer from this drama for the rest of their lives?
    Have they been abused sexually in their pure and chaste mind of young girls? Will they have to abort?! (((By that I meant to receive a completely disproportionate financial compensation…)))
    I fear the worst for their future and their mental balance which was placed in jeopardy!

  13. Raven S. says – reply to this


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    I do think there has to be more to this story. Were the girls dressed inappropriately? Did they say something to the woman? Were they flirting with the older men nearby? I just want to know what caused this woman to say that they were "whores." If it really was unprovoked, then it is extremely distrurbing. The woman didn't know they were 13 and if the gurls were trying to act older and doing things that they shouldn't have because of the lack of supervision then I really think both parties should share the blame here.

  14. Give me a break! says – reply to this


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    Two stupid little whores get called out and they get all butt hurt. Big fucking deal! Their mothers have not business to talk if they allowed their stupid fugly brats to go there alone in the first place.

  15. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Wow, and it was a woman who said it. Shakes head.

  16. Sally says – reply to this


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    Re: Raven S. – Trust me, there probably isn't anything more to the story. From the time I was 16 to around 20 I worked at a theme park and every year they would throw something very similar to this in the Fall. The actors they hired were very very peculiar people; they weren't serial killers but there was something off about them. I can see someone getting very into their character and doing this. They were often a little more than cruel to the kids that came and if you cried that just egged them on. However, I never once heard them call any kid a whore; that is a little too much for my taste.

  17. John Lucky says – reply to this


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    You know these parents might as well be called whores! Its intended for adults only. There are different themes every year, and most characters are acting out to be scary. Why would you send underage kids at the event? This kind of behavior makes me very upset.

  18. mehh says – reply to this


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    i thought this was gonna be another white people suing for anything and everything case…but the mother asked to speak to a manager and they told her to buy tickets?
    thats pretty absurd…and then tell her they're sold out??? they clearly DONT take customer relations seriously like they claim. I also thought it was just a comment a monster said in a maze…but it was a grown woman talking about them into a mic. Straight up defamation.

  19. actuallyguy says – reply to this


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    Re: John Lucky – its not an adult event at all…i went there this season and compared to Knotts scary Farm and Fright Night…its totally PG. there are families that bring their toddlers the only place the monsters are is at the entrance and inside the mazes. Other than that its your normal ass Universal Studios.



  20. 20

    Look at those two mothers; proud to teach their daughters how to respond with a victim-mentality. There's a balance between healthy expression of sexuality and age-appropriateness. And Gloria Allred is just looking for money and publicity; she's the Billy Flynn of the legal arena.

  21. mo says – reply to this


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    I'm not justifying the behavior. But you send your underage children to an after hours HORROR event that has explicit warnings about audible and visual extremes…and expect and apology? Horror nights 2015 just turned into Disneyland thanks to you guys. Way to go moms.



  22. 22

    REVOLTING to talk like that in a public event but when i was 13 i was home safe not out to be called names..

  23. fid says – reply to this


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    I don't know why Americans immediately jump to suing. "This person offended me, I'm suing!" - Shame the company publicly, they'll apologize and send you swag. You don't need to sew for something like this, it's so pathetic and a waste of the judicial system. People should be penalized for frivolous lawsuits, that's the issue with the American justice system. Nothing happens for wasting the courts time.

  24. Maria S says – reply to this


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    Re: Give me a break! – Are you seriously asking if the girls were dressed inappropriately? Or flirting with older men? Who cares what they were wearing? These are 13 year old girls who should not have been called whores. These are children! We don't know anything about them so let's stop speculating about them and why we think this woman called them such as ugly name. I think the performer acted completely inappropriately and should be reprimanded. If this is an adult theme show, then interact with the adults in the audience, not children.

  25. Maria S says – reply to this


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    Re: fid – The word is sue, not sew. Please get a dictionary.

  26. Carrie D says – reply to this


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    Who really cares if they were called whores. It's just a word. Get over it!

  27. libby says – reply to this


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    was that performer like the one I saw at the fair…they basically insult everyone who walks by….this about 10 years ago….universal should have talked to the moms…

  28. SmallestEvil says – reply to this


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    Her character is part of the Purge scare zone, she makes fun of everyone as they walk by. I don't understand why 13 year olds were at this event though!!! It is for adults. The Purge character in the video also called me a pierced hipster and pissed me off when I was there, I have it on video too … does that mean I can sue?? Get a life, people … know what you're sending your kids to before they go. Way to ruin it for everyone.

  29. Cj says – reply to this


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    Re: @v@ – Who you calling stupid? You cant even spell… DUH.

  30. girls and their parent says – reply to this


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    If people would put this much time and effort into concerning themselves with something that is actually important, the world would be a better place.

  31. ScareActor111 says – reply to this


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    As someone whom has worked these events multiple times, I have to say this; people go out of their way to goad, poke, throw drinks at, hit and verbally abuse the employees in costume. That's not including people who try and chase employees for pictures when we aren't supposed to take them or break character. That's not including the people who want to act tough and try and scare the employees instead. Some of the LARGEST offenders of this are young teens allowed to roam the park with out parents. This footage has been edited and shown in clips everywhere I can find on the internet. Where is the full video? Why are there only snippets being released? Did the girls provoke the employee with equally harsh or derogatory language? Are they trying to get public opinion whipped into a frenzy and settle before the full evidence is released showing these 13 year old girls as being anything less than angelic? I am not recusing the employee of wrong doing,we shouldn't allow ourselves to be provoked into breaking certain rules (especially not on a microphone). Should the employee be released? Most likely. Do I believe these young girls where acting as sweetly as they did for the news cameras? Probably not. But then again, all the public has seen is edited doctored footage released by the teens lawyers.

  32. cj says – reply to this


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    I was actually there that night, and its all a part of the act. those girls could have walked away BUT THEY made the decision to stay and by doing so to make the decision to be a part of THE SHOW. Right on the website it states very adult theme night. Why would you send teenage girls ALONE to an adult theme event? It was all a part of the show they were STUPID enough to participate. No one held a gun to their heads and made them stay. They wanted to have the glory in the spotlight and then they regretted it. THE PARENTS are to BLAME for not being there at an adult theme event where they could have stepped in and taken the kids from the scene. If the girls were old enough to go by them selve to this event. They are old enough to handle the adult theme situations that took place. Otherwise dont send your kids to an adult theme event, where Univesal sets out a warning about what could happen!!!!!!!!!