Disney World worker lures single mom to Magic Kingdom, sexually assaults her, say police

Wilbert Brookins

(CBS/AP) ORLANDO, Fla. - First, a Walt Disney World employee enticed a single mother to come to the theme park by offering her free passes and hotel discounts.

Then, he sexually assaulted her.

That's according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office, which says 31-year-old reservations clerk Wilbert Brookins was charged Wednesday with sexual battery.

Authorities say the woman was trying to make a reservation several weeks ago when Brookins offered to use his employee discount. Brookins spent the day with the woman and her two children Tuesday at the Magic Kingdom.

The woman told investigators that Brookins assaulted her in her hotel room that night after she fell asleep.

Disney spokeswoman Andrea Finger says Brookins has been placed on unpaid leave.

He was being held on $10,000 bail.