A group of Orlando City Soccer Club players, including U.S. women’s national team star Alex Morgan, were kicked out of a Disney World park during the weekend. The video speaks for itself as it reveals the subjects’ behaviors quite clearly.

Police authority’s body cam’s not only protect the rights of the public but also protect the rights of the police officers. Nothing reveals what was said and the tone and swearing with which it was said better than the video itself. 

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Orange County deputies released body cam video documenting U.S. women’s national team player Alex Morgan and Orlando City Soccer Clubplayers being kicked out of Disney World.

Morgan and Orlando City players Donny Toia and Giles Barnes were  in a group of 6 escorted from Epcot.

Officers did not arrest or suggest or write out criminal charges against any of them.  However, they did follow the current law allowing a business to trespass a patron for poor behavior.

“Trust me, we’ll never be back because you guys treated us horribly,” Toia said in the video.

“Everyone will hear about it, though,” said his wife, Courtney Toia. “I don’t think they understand.”

“I will learn from this make sure it does not happen again. . #liveandlearn,” she wrote.

Spokespeople for the Orlando City Soccer Club declined to comment Tuesday.

Orange County deputies reported that Barnes cut in front of a guest inside a pub in the U.K. section of Epcot. They later argued with other guests then claimed total innocence once they realized they were being removed.

“We were protecting our friend, we were never in a pub,” Morgan said.

The video does not show what happened at the pub. It begins when Morgan, Toia and his wife, Courtney Toia, were escorted into a conference room to talk to deputies, where they filled out trespass warnings for all three. The document means they are not allowed to return to Walt Disney World properties. Deputies took Courtney Toia’s thumb prints.

“This guy said — he told me to be respectful to that guy, and I was, I was going home,” Donny Toia said. “And then you pushed me in here.”

The video shows Donny Toia complaining about being kicked out despite paying $107 per person in admission, and Morgan repeatedly asking why they were taken to the back room.

“We didn’t get drunk, we didn’t destroy any property,” Morgan told deputies.

She also objected to being called “mouthy” by a deputy, saying she did not curse during the incident.

“Dude, you guys are lying right now, I can’t imagine what black people go through,” she said. “…We’re getting mouthy. Actually we haven’t said anything curse word-y, we asked why we were being escorted to your room.”

Courtney Toia at one point scolded her husband for telling another person to “get the [expletive] out” of the room.

“You don’t say that,” Courtney Toia said. “I’m sorry, I apologize on his behalf.”

After about 12 minutes, the three were allowed out of the conference room and escorted out of the park.



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