Sea World owns Sesame Place. The class-action suit is seeking $25 million based on allegations of “pervasive and appalling race discrimination.” Burns claims his daughter was ignored by Ernie and Telly Monster, as well as two other characters. He also claims similarly situated white children were not passed over. The park has recently faced similar allegations by other families.
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Sesame Place Characters Sparks $25M class-action lawsuit
Quinton Burns, the father of a 5-year-old girl, is suing SeaWorld Parks after alleging his daughter, who is black, was ignored by character actors at Sesame Place. So reports The New York Post.
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