(NEW YORK) – What should be a fun day in an amusement park turned into a yearlong source of unresolved medical issues and emotional stress for a young boy in Florida According to a new lawsuit
A mother is alleging to Legoland for allegations that her son had sustained rashes on his face during his visit to the park after he painted them during a visit.
The lawsuit alleges that the underage boy began after the visit to "complain that his face itched and burned".
His mother "took him to the doctor because she noticed that his skin broke out in a rash and scattered" The cheeks, "explains the suit.
The doctor prescribed drugs to treat the rash, but it did not work so the suit, as the rash allegedly "spreads" to cover the boy's cheeks and mouth, and nose.
"The rash continued to spread from control, causing dark spots and discolorations," according to the lawsuit
The boy went on to return "several times" to the doctor and received "23 months of various treatments and prescriptions," including eczema cream, but his "skin" The condition continues to worsen, and doctors were baffled as to why Rash and discoloration would not disappear, "the lawsuit says.
The doctor reportedly obtained a second opinion, and further investigation concluded The rash was too uniform and consistent to be an eczema that usually does not follow such patterns. The doctor said that it suggested something had to be put on the boy's skin, and "at that moment," the mother remembered that her son had painted his face when he visited Legoland "just before he developed the rash." it says in the suit.
"The color on his face in Legoland that caused him great pain and suffering, as well as two years of humiliation by another child [sic] and deep emotional distress," the suit says.
ABC News & # 39; Request for comment from the lawyer who filed the lawsuit was not returned immediately.
The lawsuit alleges negligence and negligence in causing emotional distress against Legoland and its affiliated entertainment groups.
Legoland Representative Not Immediately They responded to ABC News & # 39; requesting comments, but told NBC Orlando subsidiary WESH-TV on Tuesday that they had not been contacted about the lawsuit.
"We take all matters relating to well-b very seriously to our guests, we have not been contacted on this matter and therefore can not comment at this time," Legoland told WESH-TV.
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