McDonalds was the first to donate $30,000 by way of an apology, while the family received an additional $135,000 sympathy money.
After investigation it turns out, the story was a hoax. The girl never was in McDonalds.
Some are of the opinion that the grandmother, who invented to story, should be prosecuted; others state that as long as the money goes to the girl’s medical bills she can keep the money.
Does that mean that it’s okay for anyone who is in need of cash to come up with a heart wrenching story, deceive the public and receive funds?
Others wonder about the cause of the accident? The girl was attacked by the grandfather’s pit bulls in his backyard. Shouldn’t he be held responsible? What happened for the dogs to attack? Were they provoked?
No doubt pit bull owners will have something to say about this.