Thursday 4 August 2022 08:01 PM Now mom of black girl 'snubbed' by Chuck E. Cheese mascot threatens to sue ... trends now

Thursday 4 August 2022 08:01 PM Now mom of black girl 'snubbed' by Chuck E. Cheese mascot threatens to sue ... trends now
Thursday 4 August 2022 08:01 PM Now mom of black girl 'snubbed' by Chuck E. Cheese mascot threatens to sue ... trends now

Thursday 4 August 2022 08:01 PM Now mom of black girl 'snubbed' by Chuck E. Cheese mascot threatens to sue ... trends now

The mother of a black girl snubbed by a Chuck E. Cheese mascot said she is preparing to sue the franchise, a week after another family opened a $25million lawsuit against Sesame Place for a similar incident of alleged discrimination.

Naney D. Muhammad told TMZ she was unimpressed by an apology she was given by Chuck E. Cheese corporate and that she planned to litigate to find some resolution. 

'My next step after they released the unapologetic statement is, yes, I do plan to take legal action,' she said in an interview.

Muhammad tweeted footage over the weekend which appeared to show her two-year-old daughter being ignored by Chuck E. Cheese himself at a chain in Wayne, New Jersey

In it, Cheese could be seen handing out a hearty helping of high fives to a stage full of white children, before seemingly completely ignoring the ebullient and jubilant black two-year-old at his feet.  

'My 2-year-old was racially discriminated against,' Muhammed wrote with the video, 'As you can see, he gives all of the yt kids hi-5s and PURPOSELY ignored my black baby.'

It comes after an incident where two other black girls were apparently snubbed by a character at a Sesame Street theme park outside Philadelphia, prompting a deluge of people to share what they claim is a pattern of racism harbored by mascot employees across the country.

But many have questioned whether the incidents could instead be chalked up to the fact that staff members are often wearing unwieldy costumes with low visibility - therefore making them unable to see every child reaching out for their attention.

A photo Nancy Muhammed said Chuck E. Cheese management 'insisted' her daughter take after she complained about the mascot's behavior

A photo Nancy Muhammed said Chuck E. Cheese management 'insisted' her daughter take after she complained about the mascot's behavior

Muhammed told TMZ the incident with her daughter was just another case of what she characterized as an increasingly evident pattern of behavior, and that a lawsuit might bring about some form of justice.  

'I'm hoping my attorney will at least be able to give us some justice, because at this point it seems like it's becoming a pattern,' She said, 'With little black kids getting ignored at amusement parks and indoor playgrounds where they're supposed to feel like a child, feel like, you know, loved and appreciated.'

'This is becoming a pattern so we definitely need to get some justice done.'  

Her plans to litigate come after Chuck E. Cheese released what Muhammed felt was a lackluster apology statement. 

'Chuck E. Cheese is saddened when any family or child has a less than perfect experience,' Chuck

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