Autistic Mom Says She Was 'Body Shamed' By Six Flags Police Over 'Too Short' Shorts

Autistic Mom Says She Was ‘Body Shamed’ By Six Flags Police Over ‘Too Short’ Shorts

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Bailey Breedlove recently visited Frontier City, a Six Flags theme park in Oklahoma City, with her 11-Year-Old Daughter. But sadly, the autistic mom got body-shamed and kicked out of the park by the manager and police officer over shorts ‘too shorts. This incident equally brought teary moments over the confrontation.

Bailey Breedlove got body-shamed and kicked out of Six Flags theme park over shorts ‘too shorts.

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Video of what transpired has since gone all viral on TikTok and Facebook, with Breedlove claiming the whole experience was traumatizing. In particular, Breedlove and her family had been welcomed into the park at 5.p.m, without any issues, not until a few hours later. 

The police officers brought the autistic mom and her 11-Year-Old to tears over the confrontation. 

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At about 7.p.m, Breedlove’s daughter was yelled for rolling down a hill on Heelys skate shoes.

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The mom claimed at about 7.p.m; her daughter was yelled at by the park police officer for rolling down a hill on Heelys skate shoes. At this time, Breedlove said the same officer grabbed her arm and told her that her denim shorts were inappropriate. “I committed no crime and proceeded to walk to my boyfriend as I am autistic and have a hard time talking to officers,” Breedlove explained. 

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At a point, Breedlove agreed to purchase new shorts but got threatened with criminal trespassing.

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She added: “The officer followed me yelling and calling for backup. Then an incompetent manager showed up and began body shaming me. I was told I needed to go buy new shorts, which I am not obligated to purchase anything I don’t want to.” Breedlove further admitted that she had at a point agreed to purchase new shorts so her family could enjoy the vacation but said she got threatened with criminal trespassing and then was pushed and escorted toward the entrance. 

Breedlove pointed to her child, who is sobbing next to her but was told she’s disorderly.

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Accepting this, the autistic mom and daughter got blocked by a female officer from leaving and demanded an ID. Breedlove requested probable cause and was told ‘because they are the police. As seen in the clip, the manager told her she being disorderly, of which Breedlove pointed to her child, who is sobbing next to her. “They wouldn’t provide us with badge numbers, and I was terrified I was about to go to jail over a pair of shorts.” She said in her post. 

The autistic mom did pledge not to let it go, so she contacted Oklahoma Police.

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The Oklahoma police have since confirmed it wasn’t one of their officers but will investigate the matter.

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The autistic mom did pledge not to let it go. She contacted Oklahoma Police, saying: “Your officers had my 11-Year-Old daughter crying hysterically, thinking her mother was about to be arrested. Your policies are vague and confusing, and the way you body shame and discriminate is unlawful.” Breedlove had written in a Facebook post.

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“You should be ashamed of yourselves.” Breedlove post read.

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The Oklahoma police have since confirmed it wasn’t one of their officers but will investigate the matter. While she presently has a 5year ban from the park, Breedlove Claims she will not be returning to any of the parks if that is how they treat women, visitors, and law-abiding citizens. “You should be ashamed of yourselves.” Her post concluded.