Family of TGI Friday’s Customer Who Was Stabbed to Death Awarded $40 Million

June 23, 2015

Underage drinking was a factor in the incident.

TGI Fridays is being held responsible for the death of a man at a Riverside, Calif. location — to the tune of tens of millions of dollars. According to Insurance Journal, the family of 33-year-old Orlando Jordan, who was stabbed to death in 2009 by an underage drinker, has been awarded $40 million by a Southern California jury.

Jordan was reportedly “dating the mother of Michael Castillo, who disapproved. He was stabbed during an argument with Castillo, who entered the restaurant with a friend.” CBS Los Angeles writes, “The heart of the family’s…