Lawsuit filed against JUUL in Southern West Virginia for targeting children

CHARLESTON, WV (WOAY) – A class-action lawsuit has been filed against JUUL for allegedly targeting children.

The lawsuit says that JUUL and two other companies targeted teenagers and pre-teens with their addictive nicotine products.

“Like cigarette manufacturers, JUUL deceptively marketed its products to teenagers and pre-teens,” Attorney Brett Preston said in the release. “Parents all over West Virginia are finding small nicotine-containing JUUL pods in their children’s backpacks and bedrooms that are meant to resemble USB drives.”

The full lawsuit can be read below:

JUUL Lawsuit
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