If you’re any kind of movie villain, you avoid Hollywood tough guy Chuck Norris.
But what if you make the drugs ProHance and MultiHance and give it to Norris’ wife?
He’ll fight you in court — San Francisco Superior Court.
“‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ star Norris and his wife Gena Norris have filed suit against a number of companies, including McKesson Corporation and Bracco Diagnostics Inc., claiming that Gena was ‘poisoned’ by substances she was injected with while undergoing MRI procedures,” says The Wrap.
“Some of Gena’s long-term injuries include cognitive deficits, body pain and burning; kidney damage; loss of energy and mobility; and difficulty breathing due to rib damage.”
The suit says the Norris family has spent “millions of dollars” to save Gena’s life, and is “seeking money damages from the drug companies in excess of $10 million.”
The suit says Gena Norris felt “burning pain in [her] abdomen and throughout her body; violent shaking; tremors; clouded mentation; confusion; weakness” as well as other symptoms.
Coverage and commentary:
MR. Uber-Conservative is upset because regulations weren’t tough enough. Damn liberals, right, Chuck?https://t.co/jlaE6pB6Ah
— Shawn (@lyons24000) November 2, 2017
@TheRealZacktv1 interviewed me about this long ago this is exact drug/reason y iam in a wheelchair 4life I kno what #chucknorris wife is going thru just in TX when u sue u barely get anything!! @Shawn_Cotton this way I was tellin u. Wish there was a was a way I could reach out. pic.twitter.com/TbEr9Sm2w3
— All For The Culture (@HipHopHandicap) November 2, 2017
There once was a street called Chuck Norris but, the name was changed for public safety. Nobody crosses Chuck Norris.
— Stachel Paige (@S_Class_Ash) November 2, 2017
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