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Toia was also 'verbally aggressive' to officers and pub workers, according to an incident report release on Tuesday'To prevent this incident from possibly turning physical I grabbed his left arm..him around so he was facing away from me..told him to keep walking towards the front of the park,' Officer Armando Harwood wrote in the report.
The incident report described difficulty escorting Morgan, Toia and Toia's wife to a conference room and recalled them 'being belligerent, with screaming and yelling' once inside the room.
When the group of friends are asked to hand over their identification cards so that paperwork could be filled out banning them from Walt Disney World, Donny Toia snaps at the officer, telling him: 'Can I get it out? Damn, dude.'Morgan is seen in the video talking on the phone with someone through most of the interview. The interview with the officers concludes with the four friends signing paperwork banning them from all Disney properties, but a defiant Morgan reassures her friends that the sanction against them will prove short-lived.'That's fine.
She later professes her innocence, insisting to the officers: 'first of all, we did not curse, we didn’t get drunk, we didn't destruct any property.'When a deputy suggests that Morgan and her companions were 'pretty mouthy,' the 28-year-old star athlete loudly expresses her indignation.'Mouthy? It'll be rescinded tomorrow,' she says with confidence.
The body camera video made public on Tuesday shows Morgan, Barnes and the Toias speaking to police officers in a conference room at Disney World.
Courtney Toia insists that she is sober and witnessed the interaction at the pub, and she does not believe her husband, Donny, had started the argument,'I'm telling you, you were not there and I was there and I’m sober and I was watching this event unfold and it is ridiculous that he [Donny] is the one sitting here and not the guy that was causing all of this,' Mrs Toia tells the deputies. I can't imagine what black people go through,' Morgan, who is white, says.
I used bad judgment and I was simply trying to support my friends.’ Last week, Morgan expressed remorse for her conduct at Disney World in a tweet that read: 'I want to apologize for my actions that occurred over the weekend.
I will learn from this make sure it does not happen again.
Eventually, the altercation ended with an Orange County Sheriff's Department official intervening asking everyone to leave.
'These are the individuals that were trespassed from Disney on October 1,' the Orange County Sheriff's Office told TMZ Sports.
Barnes also was given a trespass warning, according to the report.