Juul is accused of selling at least one MILLION of contaminated vapenpods, and senior VP claims to have expressed concern, but was told that & # 39; half of our customers are drunk and vapes like mofos, who are the bastards is going to notice? & # 39 ;, before being fired
- Former vice-president Juul, Siddharth Breja, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday because the company has sold at least a million polluted vapors
- He claims that the company refused to recall the mint-flavored e-cigarette nicotine pods, despite alleged knowing that they were infected
- Breja claims that he tried to highlight concerns with the then CEO Kevin Burns, but was told that no one would notice the quality because customers & # 39; drunk & # 39; goods
- Breja claims that he was fired by the e-cigarette company in March
- Burns resigned last month as CEO of Juul amid concerns about the safety of e-cigarettes
Juul has been accused in a lawsuit of selling at least one million infected sheep by a former manager claiming to have been fired for product safety concerns.
Former Juul senior vice-president Siddharth Breja filed a lawsuit on Tuesday in which he claimed that he was trying to express concern about the contamination of Juul & # 39; s new refill kits.
He claims that the then CEO Kevin Burns responded to his concerns by saying: & # 39; Half of our customers are drunk and vape like mo-fo & # 39; s, who goes the *** the quality of our pods notice? & # 39;
Breja claims that he was fired by the e-cigarette company in March because he had expressed concern and also asked why they reportedly sold expired products.
Former Juul senior vice president Siddharth Breja has filed a lawsuit on Tuesday claiming to be concerned about the contamination of Juul & # 39; s new refill kits
Burns resigned last month as CEO of Juul amid concerns about the safety of e-cigarettes.
DailyMail.com has contacted Juul for comments about the lawsuit.
It comes as the San Francisco-based company unveiled on Monday that it will cut jobs as part of a restructuring plan as the threat of an American ban on pigs looms up.
Juul grew rapidly before the apparent health risks of e-cigarettes triggered the alarm.
A debate about regulating e-cigarettes comes in the midst of a mysterious epidemic of pulmonary disease that has claimed the lives of at least 33 people in 24 states.
. [TagsToTranslate] Dailymail