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Acquitted Tigger Back to work.

“He won’t be playing Tigger for a while, and that’s not for Disney’s benefit — it’s for his benefit,” Kaufman said, adding that one day Chartrand might want to play Tigger again. Michael Chartrand has been given his old position back with back pay according to the Orlando Sentinel. Let’s hope this ugly chapter can… Read More »Acquitted Tigger Back to work.

Poor Tigger

and I do mean poor. The Orlando Sentinal continues coverage of the Tigger Molestation sham, I mean trial, with a story on Chartrand’s request to return to work. But the real story is buried in the middle of the article: Chartrand makes between $6.35 and $6.85 an hour, and, like most characters, had been working… Read More »Poor Tigger

Avoiding Unwanted Character Attention.

In light of the recent trial of Tigger for child molestation, The Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino has a funny look at “How to Avoid a ‘touching’ moment at Walt Disney World.” 12. When looking at Chip, be thinking about Dale: they work as a team. I can vouch for the accuracy of this… Read More »Avoiding Unwanted Character Attention.

Tigger Not Guilty; Toad Still Guilty

Attorney Jeffrey Kaufman, who also moonlights as Tigger and Goofy at Walt Disney World, first strapped on Tigger’s tail and then put on a neck cloth, the enormous orange and black-striped head and two large orange mitts to show jurors how the costume limits peripheral… Read More »Tigger Not Guilty; Toad Still Guilty