Kevin Federline, America’s scapegoat, assured us again on Tuesday that each one of his many children is destined for the very heights of addiction. This time, Federline lost five-year-old daughter Kori at Disneyland.
Sources told HollyWire that the child, wearing a bright yellow Belle Costume, was left roaming alone near the Finding Nemo ride. When an employee asked her where her parents were, she said she didn???t know.
She was then asked the standard who-what-when-where questions:
Disney employee: What???s your name?
5 year old daughter of K-fed: Kori
Employee: How old are you?
Employee: What???s your parent???s name?
Little did the employee know that ???Kevin??? meant Kevin Federline! About ten to fifteen minutes after the employee found the lost little Kori, a frantic nanny spotted her and came running over.
Kori went missing despite the fact that Federline, two nannies, two Disnelyand ushers and a bodyguard were present and attempting to keep an eye on the children.
Sneaky little boogers are like Houdini sometimes.
Then it’s not just the Fedster’s fault, now, is it? While I have never lost either of my little ones, I know plenty of people who can’t seem to keep their kids near them to save their lives. (Not literally…yet.) -Two someones in particular repeatedly lost their kid at the pool/beach vacation resort we stayed at a few years ago, despite the fact that the little guy couldn’t swim. I’m not going to say Kevin did great or anything, but he’s obviously doing better than Britney could, which is why he’s got her kids. (I know it wasn’t Brit’s kid he lost; just comparing.)
I lost my nephew in the grocery store once so I can sympathize. I ran all over the store screaming his name like a lunatic and when I found him he looked at me like “what the fuck is your problem?”
Taking children to Disneyland? Reprehensible!
Look what Disney did to Britney.
This is lies.
I got lost when I was 5 at an amusement park and my parents never knew. They thought I was with my brothers and my brothers thought I was with my parents. To this day, they still don’t acknowledge that they ever lost me.