The company accused of hiring handicap "guides" to help children cut the lines at Disney says it is not offering VIP tours right now.
"Due to inaccurate press and slander, Dream Tours is not offering VIP tours at this time. Our focus has primarily always been providing magical vacations for adults with special needs and helping their dreams to come true," said a statement on the company's website .
According to a New York Post article this week, the physically challenged people pretend they are members of the family who hired them so the entire group can move to the front of the line.
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