A second African-American family has accused a Disneyland character of blowing them off because they are black (video below).
Last week, a family called the 'Blacks' claimed that the White Rabbit character would not put his arm around their child as he did with white children.
Now, another African-American family, the Whites, claims that Donald Duck refused to hug their five-year-old son Razzi back on December, 10 2012.
"He was sitting there with his arms open, saying, 'Donald, Donald!'" mother Nastasia White told ABC 10 News.
Donald Donald reportedly walked away from Razzi to play with a white baby in a stroller.
The Whites said they waited patiently for their turn, but Donald Duck ignored them.
When mom Nastasia asked for picture, Donald Duck walked over to a young white girl on a bench on hugged her.
"I was upset and hurt. He was very sad," Nastasia said. ''Why didn't Donald want to take a picture with me?' Inside, I wanted to cry. This was discrimination."
After Nastasia complained to the park management, she was sent a letter offering her passes to the front of attraction lines to make up for the "disappointment."
Attorney Dan Gilleon is now representing both the Blacks and the Whites in their discrimination lawsuits against Disneyland and says there may be more coming.
"I've gotten many emails and voicemails that I'm looking into. What this tells me is this isn't an isolated incident. It doesn't mean Disneyland is racist, but they have some people in the company who aren't playing by the rules and are being discriminatory," Gilleon said.
Source: ABC 10 News