John William Moyer, 60, likes his females short, dark and hairy. Moyer was found guilty of groping a Minnie Mouse character at the Magic Kingdom and sentenced to 180 days of probation, 50 hours, of community service, and a $1,000 fine. Presumably, he also had to get to his car with Mickey, Pluto, Grumpy, Pete, and the Beagle Boys awaiting for him in the parking lot.
Moyer fought the charges that he groped the breasts and buttocks of Brittney Duncan McGoldrick. Notably, McGoldrick did not call out for help because she thought Disney would fire her for breaking character. That did not seem to stop a Pluto character who was kicked in the groin by a young boy:
The Mouse was defended in court by a Bear — prosecutor David Bear — who decried the plight of the custom character generally with an argument that seemed to come out of Horton Hears a Who: “It doesn’t matter she was grabbed, she’s just a mouse . . . It’s not just a mouse, it’s a person.”
This is not the first controversy involving inappropriate conduct with Minnie, here.
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