Tuesday, June 24, 2014

KFC Investigations Biased, Media Hiding Facts: Claims Victoria Wilcher’s aunt Teri Rials Bates

JACKSON, Mississippi (Wednesday, June 25) - Reported by madn3wz

Though the incomplete investigations by KFC hinted towards the incident of kicking out a little girl from KFC due to her facial scars was never happened; but KFC pledges to donate $ 30,000 for the family of 3-year-old Victoria Wilcher toward her medical bills.

The family of he 3-year-old Mississippi girl is still sticking with the story gone viral earlier and believe that the KFC investigations are biased and media is trying to hide the fact for some unknown reasons.

The Facebook page administered by Victoria’s aunt, Teri Rials Bates, claims that Victoria's incident was not a hoax and based on the true facts. Facebook page says:

“I promise it's not a hoax. I never thought any of this would blow up the way it has. The article circling the web calling this a hoax is untrue."

Bates' Facebook page says further, "The article itself says the investigation is not complete. It is not over until KFC releases a statement. The media outlet running this story is not connected with KFC. The family has not asked for anything, a attorney is handling all the media publicity for the family pro bono."

In the end Bates requested, "Please do not believe untrue media. I have personally watched this family go without to provide for Victoria. They have not and would not do anything to hurt Victoria in any way."

On the other hand, the two separate investigation reports, one of them by an independent third-party consultant suggest that the whole story was fabricated to attract the attention of masses aiming to raise funds for the treatment of Victoria Wilcher.

The story of Victoria Wilcher, who was disfigured by dog attack, being asked to leave a KFC in Jackson because her appearance was scaring other customers first posted on Facebook by Victoria Wilcher's grandmother - Kelly Mullins - on May 15.

The story gone viral on social media and the family received more than $135,000 as cash donations. KFC also announced to pay $30,000 for the victim's family.

Local media in Mississippi is calling it a fundraising hoax — specifically, a “Kentucky Fried Hoax” by a local Laurel Leader-Call.

Tags: Victoria Wilcher, KFC Hoax, Scarred Girl Hoax, Fund-raising Hoax, Victoria Wilcher Hoax, KFC Fund Raising Hoax, Jackson KFC, Kelly Mullins, Victoria Wilcher family, Victoria Wilcher KFC Story, KFC Hoax Investigations

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