“At this point it became my morals and my integrity and what I believe in. I thought if I lose my job because of that, it’s worth it to me,” she told the Orlando Sentinel. “I think you need to be telling people to be cautious, letting them know this could happen.”
This is the sign in question. Disney says it was unauthorized and goes against company policy. pic.twitter.com/vji05pcL6C
— Sandra Pedicini (@SandraPedicini) July 15, 2016
Sullivan was shown the door by management for sharing the sign but – when the online backlash began – was personally visited at her house by the park’s VP Dan Cockerell and invited back (she’ll continue to work until the end of the month, when her internship is up).