CALGARY- A woman who was found guilty of tampering with food at a southwest grocery store is now suing the Calgary Co-op chain.
Tatyana Granada served three years behind bars, for inserting pins, needles and nails into food items like bread, cheese and produce at the Oakridge location.
Now that the 47-year-old mother is out of jail, she has filed a lawsuit asking for $8 million in damages. She claims the grocery chain is responsible for emotional distress and defamation, adding her husband took his own life.
Watch Litwiniuk & Company’s Clint Suntjens on Global News Calgary, as he weighs in on the controversial lawsuit brought by convicted food-tamperer, Tatyana Granada.