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Police: Family involved in viral Disneyland brawl denies it happened


ANAHEIM (KRON) – The family involved in a violent brawl at Disneyland that was caught on camera is denying anything happened, according to police.

The Anaheim Police Department said police responded to Mickey’s Toontown on Saturday after the violent brawl between family members took place.

In the video posted by Scott Peters on YouTube, two men and two women are seen punching each other near young children, two in a stroller, as everyone else looks on in shock.

Anaheim police said the family was “uncooperative” with authorities and that because there was no video at the time, police did not make any arrests.

Anaheim police on Tuesday disclosed that “the parties involved all denied anything occurred.”

When Anaheim police was asked if the fight is something that happens pretty often, they said “it does happen when families get together in the heat and get irritated with each other.”

The nearly 5-minute video has since been viewed more than two million times.

A spokesman for the Anaheim city attorney’s office said a decision on whether to file charges in the case will come after police finish their investigation, KTLA reported.

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