Woman says Disney implanted her with a chip

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 15, 2015

CHARLESTON - A Chloe woman is suing Walt Disney Corporation after she claims a rubber chip was implanted in her body without her consent.


CHARLESTON - A Chloe woman is suing Walt Disney Corporation after she claims a rubber chip was implanted in her body without her consent.


Julie Lynne Hooker claims a chip made of rubber material has been implanted inside of her without her knowledge or consent, according to a complaint filed last month in Kanawha Circuit Court.


Hooker claims through intelligence that she has gathered from those who operate the "d-chip," the main owner/sponsor of the chip is Walt Disney Corporation/Enterprise.


Hooker is seeking monetary damages and for the chip to be removed from her body. She is representing herself.


The case is assigned to Circuit Judge Carrie Webster.


Kanawha Circuit Court case number: 15-C-451

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