I want $2.2 Billion from Chipotle: For a Picture
You can't make this crap up. Someone from Sacramento is suing Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) for not approving of her picture to be used in a in-store wall mural. The asking price? $2.2 billion. That's right billion, not million or thousands. Jesus C.
Forget about CMG shares getting one buck higher as we wrote about earlier today. This latest headline isn't e Coli problems for CMG but a picture used without consent.
The California woman claims that she then saw her image used on a wall in a Chipotle in Florida 8 years later and also at Chipotle restaurants in California in 2015. But just now getting around to a lawsuit?
In her suit, she's asking for $2,237,633,000 in damages. Best apart about it: the victim of this crime Leah Caldwell is representing herself.
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