This California woman's lawsuit against Jelly Belly is everything that's wrong with abusing the justice system - Rare.us

The San Bernardino woman filed a lawsuit accusing the candy company for committing fraud and purposeful misrepresentation, reports CBS Philly. RELATED: Nothing makes sense about this naked man stealing a pickup truck with a giant disappearing swan ...

Woman Sues Jelly Belly After Finding Out Jelly Beans Contain Sugar - Law Street Media (blog)

On today's list of super strange legal battles, a California woman named Jessica Gomez has filed a class action lawsuit against popular jelly bean manufacturer Jelly Belly. She purchased one of their products, Jelly Belly's Sport Beans, which the ...

Woman Sues Jelly Belly After Discovering the Candy Contains Sugar - Investorplace.com

A woman is suing Jelly Belly after only recently learning that its sweet treats contain sugar. Woman Sues Jelly Belly After Discovering the Candy Contains Sugar Jessica Gomez, a woman from California, claims that she was tricked into buying Jelly Belly ...

​Woman Sues Jelly Bean Company, Claims She Didn't Know Jelly Beans Contained Sugar - Men's Health

When was the last time you popped a handful of jellybeans in your mouth and thought, “Wow, that was a healthy, nutritious choice?” Chances are, you're well aware that the sweet snack is more of a treat than a diet staple. But would your thoughts change ...

​This Woman Is Suing Jelly Belly Because Her Jelly Beans Weren't Sugar-Free - Women's Health

If there's one thing that's clear about candy it's this: it contains sugar. Any questions? No? Well better tell one California woman that. Jessica Gomez brought a class-action lawsuit against Jelly Belly because the “fancy phrasing” on the packaging of ...

Worst Lawsuit Ever? Woman Sues Candy Maker Because She Didn't Know Jelly Beans Contained Sugar - Bravo (blog)

We have a real love/hate relationship with frivolous lawsuits in this country. The love comes, mostly, from insane people who spend their days looking for bizarre reasons to sue companies, other people, and even higher powers over perceived ...

Jelly Belly Sued Over Sugar Content - SGB Media (press release) (subscription) (blog)

Jelly Belly Candy Company is being sued by a California woman who charges the company misled her into thinking one of its products does not contain sugar. The plaintiff, Jessica Gomez of San Bernadino County, CA first brought the case against the candy ...

The Silliest Lawsuit Ever — Against Jelly Beans - LifeZette

When it comes to food, it turns out you can sue over just about anything these days. A California woman is suing the makers of Jelly Belly jelly beans, claiming she was tricked into believing one of the company's candy products was free of sugar. The ...

California woman sues Jelly Belly for tricking her into thinking there wasn't sugar in jelly beans - Deseret News

A California woman is suing a jelly bean company because she feels she was tricked into believing the beans didn't have any sugar. A California woman is suing a jelly bean company because she feels she was tricked into believing the beans didn't have ...

Woman sues over sugar in jelly beans disguised as 'evaporated cane juice' - 9Coach (blog)

A California woman is suing a company that makes jelly beans, claiming she was tricked into thinking they didn't contain as much sugar as they do. Jelly Belly's Sport Beans says they “help fuel the body during intense exercise” by providing athletes ...

Woman Sues Jelly Belly, Didn't Know Beans Contained Sugar - SFist

This week's Most Absurd Lawsuit award goes to a suit filed by one Jessica Gomez of San Bernardino County in a California state court alleging that the Northern California-based Jelly Belly company misled her and other consumers with the nutritional ...

Woman Sues Over Jelly Bean Exercise Supplements Containing Sugar - Eater

In a time when well-done steak with ketchup may be the national dish of the United States, we may as well try to pass off jelly beans as a health food. That's what bean-shaped candy giant Jelly Belly figures, anyway. The company has a line of “Sport ...