Customers Are Giving Disney The Boot After Finding One Scene Buried In Their Vault…


Some people are saying that a Disney movie from the 1990s is “inappropriate” and wouldn’t be released in the modern world. People seem to always argue about whether things made decades ago should be held to the same standards as they are today.

To put this in perspective, actress Mindy Kaling recently said that characters from the very popular show The Office would be fired in the real world. But one Disney movie from the 1990s has gotten some bad press because it shows an 11-year-old boy dating an adult woman.

Blank Check was released by Disney in 1994, and one particular kiss scene between an adult woman and a child has gone viral, leaving people angry and threatening to boycott the new streaming platform, Disney+.

For those who already have access to Disney+, binge-watching your favorite classic movie at any time sounds like our idea of heaven – but fans have noticed that some of the older films on the platform actually contain some seriously messed up storylines.

Viewers have found out that in the movie Blank Check, an adult woman sexually molests an eleven-year-old boy. In the scene, Brian Bonsall plays the fifth-grader Preston Waters. And the woman sitting on the bench next to him is thirty-something FBI agent Shay Stanley played by Karen Duffy. In the film, Duffy gives the young boy a kiss that some have come forward to label “the most awkward scene ever.”

In the role, played by Karen Duffy, the agent insists that he waits ten years and she’ll reconsider, but he compromises at six years, before the tension between the two hots up and…well, they snog.

An eleven-year-old and a 30-something-year-old. Mhm. (In real life, Karen was 34 and Preston was 13 which makes this situation absolutely no better).

According to AWM:

Tiktok user Rob Anderson was the person to draw attention to the romantic kiss in Blank Check. Through a video, he exposed Disney’s focus on adult-child love as the pair shared a romantic kiss and agreed to go on a “date” in six years when he is old enough. Nevertheless, the FBI agent gives the child a romantic kiss to help him remember to save his love for her.

Rob Anderson shared the video of himself watching Blank Check along with the caption, “This Disney movie Blank Check has the most awkward scene ever.”

Anderson turns the camera upon himself to show his viewers how shocked he is by what Disney+ was showing to children. Not only was this movie supposed to be family-friendly, but it also promoted sexual relations between preteen boys and adult women – no wonder there has been an increase in sexual relationships between teachers and their students.

“Imagine being this grown actress #fyp #foryou #awkward #xycba,” he wrote when he shared the short clip.

Thankfully whistleblowers like Rob Anderson are around to expose big corporations and government institutions for the horrible acts they commit behind closed doors.

Watch at your own risk…the video has seen been viewed over a million times, and people are not happy that Disney+ is allowing it.

Source: AWM