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Gay Waitress Accused Of Hoax In 'No Tip Because Your Lifestyle' Scandal

The family that was accused of stiffing lesbian server and former Marine Dayna Morales because they allegedly disagreed with her lifestyle is now denying the claim that they didn't tip her.

The couple went to NBC News with their customer copy of the receipt (pictured above) as well as what they say is a credit card statement proving that they left Morales an $18 tip--and no hateful note.  Watch the NBC 4 report:

According to NBC 4:

The couple told NBC 4 New York that they believed their receipt was used for a hoax. The wife says she is left-handed and could not have made the slash in the tip line, which she said looks to be drawn from the right.

"We've never not left a tip when someone gave good service, and we would never leave a note like that," the wife said.

The husband said he and his wife have both worked in restaurants and believe in the value of tipping, and noted that he didn't vote for Gov. Chris Christie because the governor doesn't support gay marriage.

"Never would a message like that come from us," he said.

Morales maintains that the events occurred as she originally reported them and she still plans to donate the outpouring of support funds that have come her way to the Wounded Warriors Project.

Who do you think is telling the truth, Instincters?


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It says 6, not 5. Nice try. 

look at the tax part- ones says 5.12 other 6.12 so it does add up..

Liar Liar PANTS on fire !   

I don't buy their excuse.  The customer copy may have been altered afterwards.  I go by the merchant receipt.  Also learned a while back that the restaurant runs the card through with the estimated tip to put a hold on the amount to account for the tip.  If they we so concern about this they had plenty of time to come forward much earlier.

Both receipts come out of the same printer but both receipts are different.  The merchants copy is clear but the customer copy is not.  Plus next to the highlighter date and time stamp is the amount billed to the credit card($93.55).  I believe this visa bill was printed and then altered.

This cannot be that hard for you. 1. The news channel received the copy and showed that on air. The patrons had the copy with them when they were interviewed. They also show the actual receipt in the video. It is legit. 2. The bill is also showed via the web and printed the web. It is hard to fake a credit card statement online. And I am sure they logged in while the news crew was there, yes, just an assumption on my part, but most likely accurate.

Just another waitress looking for more money and people to see her as something shes not. She has a problem and might need to step back from the lesbian life and play straight for awhile as she sure dont know whats right or wrong. Customers right dizzy waitress looser. She was looking for the spot light like most they think they have to yell it out to the world there GAY. Please your just making a fool of yourself and hope she gets fired for it. BTW Im GAY myself and dont need to jump in the spot life to prove who I am or what i like. Dumb B***H

Learn the difference between they're, there, and their, and you're and your.

You must be so intelligent! 

The waitress could definitely be lying but the couple don't even know for sure it was there receipt, the article says "they believed it was theirs" wouldn't they know if the woman waited on them or not

In all honesty, I do not remember who has waited on my after a month. Or even a few days. However, this can all be put to rest if the customers sign their names to show it is not their sig and they can write on a piece of paper to show it is not their handwriting, and the waitress needs to do the same. The VISA bill proves the customers right, as does the exact time stamp for both receipts. 

The waitress in the video looks like a deer in headlights. She is at a loss for words, shows signs of being guilty. Her story never added up, at all. However, there is a simple way to show the truth.

I said from the beginning this didn't add up. With that said, here is your proof. The waitress lied. The author of this article needs to state this as well and stop this supposedly they had their credit card bill statement proving they tipped. It is legit. Stop protecting these types of people!!!! It makes it worse. 

And what types of people would that be, pray tell?

uuuuuuum pathological liars? 


any one noticed the date is a day later on the customer copy so they could have gonbe the next night and tipped a different waiter

Regardless of what happened, something good came out of it. A net positive, in my opinion.

Anyone note the time stamp in the video versus the still photo of the receipt? @ 1:07 in the video the time is 6:29PM. In the photo the time stamp is in military time at 19:19 which would be 7:19PM. Isn't it possible for two or more different families to have had the same server in a 50 minute time gap? I don't think this is the right family. Also, the waitress NEVER named the family. So why in the world are they coming out as the victims when the family in question were completely anonymous to begin with?

Merchant copy is with restaurant. Customer copy went with customers... Customers could have filled it out when this hit the room to cover their butts.

What? The bill showed the same thing, they cannot change the order and their VISA bill AFTERWARDS. Geez, you folks are hilarious. The waitress LIED. 

... and where is the VISA bill?

It was shown to NBC news...did you watch the video? stated clear as day....and the video shows do pics.....anything else you need?

All they have to do is produce a bank statement, and boom! Fish out of water! Lol!

They produced it... and it shows they tipped.  Boom.



I am a gay man, and would like to say that i think she faked it for the publicity.

Doesn't prove anything either way. The slips aren't exact carbon copies of each other. Two separate pieces of paper filled out separately. They could be filled out exactly as shown. The merchant copy carries more weight because it is what the restaurant keeps for formal records. The customer copy isn't required to be filled out. Again, not saying who filled out what and when, but the customer copy cannot be used to prove or disprove either account.

The electronic transaction was filed with the Credit Card company and that showed clearly that they did tip.  That trumps the fake receipt the waitress had.


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