Kelly posted the story on a Facebook page. “No matter what’s wrong with a person, if a person’s different, if a person’s scarred, or is a different color or anything, people shouldn’t be discriminated against,” Mullins argued. KFC responded on Facebook the next day apologizing. They said that this kind of hurtful and disrespectful action would not be tolerated by KFC. After a short investigation, they decided to help assisting the family with a $30,000 donation to sustain the medical bills for the little girls’ treatment. Another $80,000 was raised with the same goal , from a donation page set up in the injured girl’s name. This probably will help to obtain for her a better result in the future by cosmetic surgery. Three pit bulls attacked Victoria in the backyard of her grandfather’s home in April. As a consequence, for Victoria is difficult now to swallow, the right side of her face is paralyzed and she really looks bad. She’s got a lot of surgeries to go through and will have also many to suffer in the future.