California prosecutors are reviewing video from the Toontown throw-down that happened at Disneyland over the weekend to see whether criminal charges should be filed.
“Police believe there is the possibility of felony conduct,” Orange County District Attorney spokesperson Kimberly Edds told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday.
Authorities provided the update in a tweet, which urged victims of domestic violence to seek help.
“Yesterday, the Anaheim Police Department presented the case from Disneyland to @OCDAToddSpitzer for review and prosecution,” the tweet said.
If the district attorneys office decides not to file felony charges, then the case will be referred to the Anaheim city attorney, who can then weigh misdemeanor charges.
Several people — all believed to be from the same family — were allegedly involved in the Toontown melee, which happened Saturday and was caught on video by a parkgoer. The footage went viral and eventually prompted police to open an investigation.
One of the individuals involved in the fight can be seen punching at least two women repeatedly before eventually being subdued by guests. A high school football coach from Texas, who helped