Published On: Fri, Sep 15th, 2017

Starbucks Coffee Sued By Woman Who Claims Her Tea Was So Hot It Killed Her Dog

Starbucks Coffee sued by woman who claims it killed her dog.

Starbucks Coffee Corporation is being sued by a Denver woman who claims that it killed her dog.

According to a report first covered by Fox’s Denver affiliate, 58-year-old Deanna Salas-Solano is suing the giant corporation for causing the wrongful death of her dog and causing second-degree burns on her body. The lawsuit filed by her attorney states that Solano went to grab a tea at a Starbucks drive-thru in September, 2015, and was served a 20-ounce tea so hot that she could not keep it in her hands. Moreover, the Denver woman claims that the staff at Starbucks Coffee did not secure the lid properly which led to the hot tea being spilled over her body and her dog, killing him in the process.

The lawsuit was filed in Denver District Federal Court last Friday and sees Solano sue Starbucks, asking that the corporation pay her $ 100,000 in damages for killing her dog.

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Starbucks Coffee Sued By Woman Who Claims Her Tea Was So Hot It Killed Her Dog