Shocking moment indignant Dallas Taco Bell worker throws a customer into a bucket of boiling water

Two Dallas women are seeking $1 million in damages from Taco Bell after a store manager poured boiling water on them causing permanent skin damage and lifelong appearance, according to a new lawsuit.

The lawsuit names the plaintiffs as Brittany Davis and her niece, named only CT, 16, in the documents.

A section of the lawsuit says CT’s facial injuries are so severe that her mother, Kira, has removed all mirrors from her home because her daughter cannot “bear to see her face.”

The accident occurred on June 17 at the Taco Bell site in 11,800 square blocks of Abrams Road, off Interstate 635, in northeast Dallas.

The lawsuit was filed on July 13. The pair are represented in the lawsuit by two prominent civil rights attorneys, Ben Crump and Paul Greinke.

Video from the June 17 incident shows an employee on the phone filling the bucket

Brittany Davis appears here discussing her food order with a staff member

Brittany Davis appears here discussing her food order with a staff member

Videos show steam rising from the water after it was thrown at Davis and her niece

Videos show steam rising from the water after it was thrown at Davis and her niece

After dumping the water, the video clip shows the two women running towards the exit

After dumping the water, the video clip shows the two women running towards the exit

The video shows an employee on the phone filling a bucket full of water in the restaurant’s kitchen. She walks from the kitchen to the counter area, where she appears to be throwing water at the two women.

Then the employee goes back to the kitchen and fills the bucket again before throwing more water on the two of them.

Crump said in a statement that Davis and her niece were held at the restaurant by staff while they were trying to resolve an order issue. The couple said they received the wrong order three times and complained. It was $30 worth.

Prosecutors were passing through the car when the feud began, but Davis got in with her niece after the order went wrong.

Once inside, they claimed that one of the employees challenged the minor into a fight.

The director did not participate in the original discussions, which lasted about 10 minutes. According to the documents, she only got involved in the matter when she went to fetch hot water.

The accident occurred at this Taco Bell location at 11,800 blocks of Abrams Road, off Interstate 635, in northeast Dallas.

The accident occurred at this Taco Bell location at 11,800 blocks of Abrams Road, off Interstate 635, in northeast Dallas.

The two women were left “questioning why the staff simply couldn’t go back and prepare the food they paid for.” The lawsuit says: “The staff refused to do so and became combative.

Davis and her niece were hit in the face and chest due to water seeping into their clothes. They tried to leave the restaurant, but were locked up.

The manager went to the back again to get more water, but the couple managed to escape to their car as family members were waiting and were never injured again. Then they managed to open the door.

“As this family was leaving the parking lot, a Taco Bell employee came outside the front door, laughing, clapping and making fun of the family,” the suit says. “The burns on her face that will cause discoloration and scarring will forever affect her self-image.”

Another section of the file says: “Brittany and CT have not only been physically traumatized by the burns but will now live with the psychological trauma that comes with an attack like this.

“The Taco Bell store manager violently and without warning poured a bucket of boiling water over CT and Brittany’s heads, shoulders, breasts, and legs, causing excruciating second and third degree burns to their bodies.”

Crump claims that one of the employees had a gun under his shirt. One of the employees claims that he was assaulted by one of the victims.

“It’s hard to imagine a scenario in which it would be acceptable to pour hot water on a minor,” Paul Greinke, one of the plaintiffs’ attorneys, told NBC News.

While transporting the two victims to the hospital, Davis had an epileptic seizure and was later flown by helicopter to a specialized burn unit. Lawyers say Davis suffered 10 seizures in total due to the accident, causing a “significant” brain injury.

“Our hearts are broken for these two victims whose lives have been forever changed by the horrific and devastating actions of Taco Bell’s manager and larger entities that failed to protect them,” said attorney Ben Crump.

Taco Bell responded, “We take the safety and well-being of our team members and customers very seriously. Taco Bell is in contact with the franchise owner and operator of this restaurant on this matter.

Two employees, the parent company of Taco Bell Yum! Brands, Taco Bell No. 22872, is named in the suit.

No criminal arrests were made but the case was referred to a grand jury by the Dallas Police Department.

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