Alex Morgan and 2 MLS players were reportedly escorted out of Epcot for being 'belligerent'

Alex Morgan and two members of Major League Soccer’s Orlando City FC club were part of a group of six people escorted out of Disney World’s Epcot on Sunday, according to an Orange County Sheriff’s Office report, first reported by TMZ.

According to the report, Epcot managers called deputies to escort a group that included Morgan, who plays for the Orlando Pride, and Orlando City players Donny Toia and Giles Barnes, from a U.K.-themed pub after they became “impaired and verbally aggressive.”

The incident began when Barnes got into a confrontation with another customer whom he had reportedly cut off at the bar. As he was escorted out of the pub, deputies were called back to help escort another group out.

The report described Morgan as “yelling, screaming” and “highly impaired.”

“As we passed Spaceship Earth, I observed several people being escorted to the front,” a depute wrote in the report. “They were all being very loud and belligerent toward staff around guests… I observed a white female, who was later identified as Alexandria Morgan yelling, screaming and taken (sic) video and possibly pictures. She appeared to be highly impaired.”

Morgan, Toia,  and Toia’s wife, Courtney, were accused of trespass while Barnes was given a trespass warning. The other two people on the report were listed as witnesses, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Earlier in the day, Morgan posted an Instagram with several other soccer players with the caption, “Annual around the world in 8 hours. No big.”

Orlando City, which also owns the Pride, released a statement to the Orlando Sentinel, saying:

“The Orlando City SC organisation is aware of a situation that occurred at Walt Disney World’s Epcot theme park earlier this week and is awaiting official communication from Disney or the Orange County Police Department. The club will address the matter internally when there is a full understanding of what occurred.”

According to the Sentinel, no charges were filed in connection to the incident. 

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