Apple has faced a host of controversial legal issues in the past. However, no more than the final demand received. As a result of an Apple store incident, a Missouri customer is now seeking $ 1 trillion compensation.
If Raevon Terrell Parker had finally won the case against Apple, he would have been the richest man in the world every night. In fact, he would have $887 billion more than Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, considered today the richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of $113 billion.
Parker went to the Apple Store to get his iPhone repaired. However, a dispute with store employees led him to describe him as “crazy” Now, Parker has sued the iPhone maker for a billion dollars. The case was filed on June 1 and was based on the Fifth Amendment Code amendment.
In Section III, the “Claim Claim” of the form filed in the United States District Court for Eastern Missouri, Parker states:
On October 29, 2018, Raevon Parker traveled to St. Louis Galleria Apple Store due to malfunction of its mobile app. An Apple Store employee repaired the app but misled the manager knowing it was the first cell phone to have new features. ”
It is not yet clear what the statement means. However, we suspect that Parker installed the latest version of iOS, which is not yet available to the public, and that while fixing the iPhone, an Apple employee should have removed it.
It seems that at one point an Apple employee called Parker “crazy” which is why he is now seeking compensation. The form indicates that not all money in the world can compensate Parker for everything that has happened:
“The plaintiff is asking for $ 1 trillion in damages. Due to hospitalization, travel, grief, humiliation, humiliation and personal uncleanness, I do not believe that a defendant can be compensated for being called a priority.”
It is not the first time that Parker has sued Apple. Previous cases have been dismissed so far. While it is true that the Apple Store suspect should not label him as “insane”, we doubt that the judge accepted compensation of $ 1 billion for the incident.