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A Brooklyn gospel singer has sued McDonald's because she claims a glass shard she ate in one of the company's sandwiches ruined her voice.
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A fast-food chicken sandwich turned into a career-threatening injury claims a gospel singer, who is suing McDonald’s and alleging she swallowed a piece of glass that was in her food.… READ ON
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Jacqueline Simpson, a gospel singer from Brooklyn, has filed a lawsuit against McDonald's. The artist says she swallowed a shard of glass inside a chicken sandwich at a location in lower Manhattan three years ago and the incident ruined her singing voice. “Now when I sing, I have a hoarse, rattly voice,” Simpson told The New York Post. Show More Summary
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A singer is suing McDonald's after she swallowed a piece of glass that was inside her chicken sandwich, according to reports.
A gospel singer is suing McDonald’s after she swallowed a piece of glass found in a chicken sandwich. Jacqueline Simpson said that she encountered the stray shard after ordering a meal from the fast food chain back in 2010. The singer claims that swallowing the glass had an adverse affect on her vocal chords. Since [...]Show More Summary
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