Lee's Summit Water Park Denies Allegations Of Racism Amid Crowd Size Concerns

Here's we learned today about a controversy that's garnering nationwide attention across social media:

Local "influencers" claim that a suburban water park denied to fulfill a contract because of racism while the park claims that issues over crowd size were their main concern.

Here's the main point of contention from the Sleaze Scummit story . . .

Melissa Pfannenstiel the city's marketing coordinator, said the Lee's Summit Police Department provided them with the crowd size of teens who arrived in the parking lot.

Pfannenstie also said they plan to release surveillance video to corroborate the crowd size and that the department was called to assist with crowd control at 5:15 p.m.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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