Family claims Monster energy drinks caused teen’s heart attack
In a new lawsuit, a mother claims Monster energy drinks played a role in her 19-year-old son’s death.
The California teen died of a heart attack — his family says it was because he was drinking two cans of Monster a day for three years.
Two cans of the beverage contain 480 milligrams of caffeine.
In the lawsuit, the boy’s mother says Monster should have done more to warn about the dangers of that much caffeine.
Read more: FoxNews.com
- Mom bites off dog's ear to save 2-year-old daughter during attack
- Two local schools make list of '10 Best High Schools in North Carolina'
- Update: Silver Alert canceled for Forsyth County woman
- Mistrial in case against man accused of passing school bus, killing child
- 3 arrested, 1 sought in Davidson Co. kidnapping, assault