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A woman says she and her little granddaughter were asked to leave a Mississippi KFC because a restaurant employee said the girl's facial scars were disturbing customers. The family of a Mississippi toddler who suffered serious injuries when she was attacked by pit bulls have turned down a donation from KFC toward her injuries, despite their accusations that an employee of the company asked her to leave one of their restaurants because he scars were disturbing other customers."We didn't feel it was appropriate to accept it after everything KFC has done," Bill Kellum, attorney for 3-year-old Victoria Wilcher's family told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger. KFC said the story about an injured young girl being asked to leave one of its restaurants is a hoax. A 6-year-old girl mauled by pit bulls in early June returned home Tuesday after 60 days in the hospital.


In the incident, the girl lost an eye and had several wounds to her face and body, which require extensive reconstructive surgery.
Mullins says he killed the dogs, which he said also attacked him and his girlfriend Rita Tompkins. But the family has solicited donations toward Victoria's recovery and Kellum says the fast food chain would be better off donating to a surgeon who has committed to helping the girl.However, the Laurel Leader-Call reported that a KFC investigation of the incident determined that there is no evidence that shows Victoria and her grandmother were ever asked to leave the restaurant. She wears an eye patch with a cartoon character on it.The three dogs that attacked Victoria were killed.





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