A Woman Was Kicked Off A Disney Cruise For Being Too Pregnant

April 3, 2018

A pregnant St. Louis woman was going on a family vacation on a Disney cruise when she was not allowed to board the ship. 

She was informed that she could not board the boat because she was 25 weeks pregnant and according to the cruise line’s policy, pregnant women that are 24 weeks or under are only allwoed to board.

She explained to staff that her doctor gave her permission to travel and she never reviewed Disney’s policy. As she was complaining to the staff she began to record and they sent out a guard holding an AR-15.

HU Staff: Deja Monet @dejvmonet A St.Louis mother says she was kicked off of a Disney Cruise by armed guards for being too pregnant. She talked about her experience on her Youtube vlog. ___________________________________________________________________ KMOV reports 22-year-old Emily Jackson booked a Disney cruise with her husband, two kids, parents, and siblings. She was waiting for her room keys on the boat in Miami on Thursday when Disney staff approached her. Jackson was informed that she could not board the boat because she was 25 weeks pregnant. According to the cruise line’s policy, pregnant women are allowed on cruise ships if they are 24 weeks or under. ___________________________________________________________________ Jackson told the staff that her doctor gave her permission to travel and she never reviewed Disney’s policy. Things went awry when Jackson and her family began to complain to the staff. Allegedly, a guard intimidated Jackson and her children with a gun, specifically an AR-15. ___________________________________________________________________ More on thehollywoodunlocked.com(link in bio)

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