Youngstown Prison Inmate Files $450K Lawsuit Over Info Missing on Mustard Label

An inmate being held in Youngstown’s privately operated prison while he awaits sentencing that could result in life in prison is suing a food distributor for $450,000 because he says nutrition information isn’t printed on packets of mustard served at the lockup.

Lettieri claims in his suit filed in U.S. District Court in Youngstown that labels on mustard packs provided in prison display the ingredients, but no nutritional information such as carbohydrates, and calories. The civil suit, in which Lettieri is representing himself, accuses the distributor of false and deceptive advertising, and breach of duty of care. 

According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, Lettieri was arrested after traveling to a park in Wyoming County, New York in 2020 to meet a 13-year-old girl with the intent of having sex.


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