Pimp Sues Nike for $100 Million Over ‘Dangerous’ Jordan Sneakers He Used to Stomp Out Victim

An Oregon pimp that employed a pair of Nike shoes to brutally beat a man has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the athletic company for not labeling their product as “dangerous.”

According to USA Today, Sirgiorgio Sanford Clardy, 26, used a pair of Nike Jordan shoes to repeatedly stomp on the face of a client after the man allegedly wouldn’t pay his prostitute for the services he had received.

In early 2013, Clardy was found guilty of second-degree assault for the crime, which required the beaten man to obtain reconstructive plastic surgery, and a litany of other crimes, ultimately earning him a 100-year prison sentence, according to The Oregonian. …read more

Source: The Blaze


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