Disfigured Girl Turned Away by KFC: Real or Hoax?

KFC says it can’t find evidence of claims by Victoria Welcher’s family that she was asked to leave because of scars from a bulldog attack.
0:41 | 06/24/14

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KFC is saying it cannot find any evidence that a little girl was turned away because -- scars were disrupting customers. Three year old Victoria watcher hear her family claims that back in May at KFC worker in Jackson Mississippi. Told him to leave because the girls disfigured face. But the owner of that franchise says that after an extensive investigation. Including watching hundreds of hours of video surveillance tape. They have found no evidence that the incident ever took place they now say they'd like to meet with the family to get more information. Either way KFC says it feels badly for Victoria and is giving her family 30000. Dollars to help with medical bills.

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