A Berkeley, California elementary school has been billed $250 by Disney for playing ‘The Lion King’ remake at the school.
The PTA at Emerson Elementary got the bill after they showed the movie as a fundraiser for the school.
According to Disney’s licensing agency Movie Licensing USA, they were informed of the charge after the school didn’t get a Public Performance License to show the movie.
Apparently the father bought the movie at Best Buy and showed the film and served pizza to kids as parents had a night out on the town.
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