DISNEY WORLD ORGY OF DRUGS AND COSTUMED SEX

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An EXPLOSIVE new book about Disney World claims the world-famous Florida theme park is a hotbed of sex and drugs.

The book – Cast Member Confidential, A Disneyfied Memoir by Chris Mitchell – "is enough to make Walt Disney roll over in his grave!" a publishing source familiar with its contents told The ENQUIRER.

"Mitchell claims a drug dealer dressed up as Winnie the Pooh and sold acid outside the Epcot theme park!  And he says cast members have been high on drugs while performing and had sex on the property."

Mitchell, a former action sports photographer, worked at the Orlando theme park for a year as an official photographer. But he was hired through a third-party contractor, so he avoided signing the company’s iron-clad confidentiality agreement, said the source.

And his tell-all book – due to be published in January – is sure to send shock waves through Disney, a company famous for keeping a tight rein on its family-friendly image.

"Because Mitchell was a journalist, he was able to find out a great deal of what was really going on behind the scenes, and he writes that he was shocked to learn what some of the employees were up to," said the source.

"Mitchell reveals how two women would steal costumes to satisfy their fetish for sex dressed up as Minnie and Mickey Mouse!

"He also says that one of the female stilt walkers in the Jammin’ Jungle Parade starred in adult films on her days off.

"And Mitchell spills the beans on a drag queen who was high on cocaine when he played Maleficent, the villain in Sleeping Beauty.

"He goes on to describe rumors about a cast member who was able to pleasure himself while posing with unsuspecting visitors because his hands were hidden in his costume!"

But Mitchell also confesses his own naughty behavior.

"Mitchell writes that he was invited into an Epcot center restroom and joined the SOP (Sex on Property) club by having sex with a girl who was dressed up as Dale the chipmunk!" said the source.

"The place makes dreams come true for millions of children – and according to Mitchell’s book, plenty of adult dreams are fulfilled there too."

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