ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) — Apparently Disney World isn’t the happiest place on earth for everyone, even if they have a doctor’s note.
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Prosecutors in Florida have dropped a drug charge against a woman who was arrested after a guard found CBD oil while searching her purse at a Walt Disney World security checkpoint.
Prosecutors said late last month in a court filing that the case against 69-year-old Hester Burkhalter wasn’t suitable for prosecution.
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The Tennessee woman was arrested last month on a charge of possession of hashish after a security guard found the oil and notified a sheriff’s deputy as she tried to enter the Magic Kingdom at Disney World.
Burkhalter says she had a doctor’s note saying it was prescribed for her arthritis.
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