Lawsuit filed over black chicken nugget at Florida Chick-fil-A

Orange County, Florida – In a startling turn of events, a woman has taken legal action against popular fast-food chain Chick-fil-A after consuming a black chicken nugget purchased from its Orange County location. Court records reveal that Shi’terra Sharp, the plaintiff, made this filing on Thursday.

According to the lawsuit, Sharp visited the Chick-fil-A establishment situated at 13143 Cortez Blvd. in Brooksville in January 2020. After purchasing a serving of chicken nuggets, she returned home and commenced her meal. It was during this moment that she noticed the meat’s peculiar characteristic of being “black in color,” as documented in court records.

Regrettably, Sharp’s unfortunate experience did not end at mere observation. Shortly after consuming the chicken nuggets, she fell seriously ill, experiencing violent bouts of nausea and vomiting, ultimately resulting in a complete loss of strength. Moreover, she endured severe cramping, persistent nausea, and debilitating diarrhea, which inflicted substantial harm upon her mouth, throat, stomach, and overall digestive system. These distressing details were explicitly outlined within the lawsuit.

Following the distressing ordeal, Sharp was promptly admitted to a hospital, where she was diagnosed with gastrointestinal illness. Consequently, she has accused Chick-fil-A of negligence in connection with the incident.

Seeking recompense for the physical and emotional distress she suffered, Sharp is pursuing damages exceeding $50,000 from the defendant. This legal action reflects her firm belief that the negligence displayed by Chick-fil-A led to her debilitating illness.

For comprehensive details regarding the lawsuit, interested parties are encouraged to refer to the attached media viewer, which contains the full lawsuit document.

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