Now the chain is being accused of deceptively marketing filler as actual cheese.
He says his "cries for help went unheard" after Hispanic co-workers called him gringo.
More problems for the troubled burrito chain ...
The suit includes pics of rotting meat, moldy cheese, and grimy floors.
Now shareholders are turning against the company.
A man's family says he fought the complications from food poisoning for a year.
Did the popular chain intentionally underfill its tuna cans?
A person's head, neck, and hair were allegedly "engulfed in flames."
The legal battle has lasted two years, and it's still not over.
Co-CEO Steve Ells also fumbled a big interview question.
He claims the steakhouse chain didn't rinse cleaner from the draft lines.
They claim they should have been paid more per hour.
Her family is suing the restaurant.
It's calling the lookalike product "malicious."
It's arguing the Board of Health overstepped, just like it did with the soda ban.
According to the lawsuit, Robert Buono's contract guaranteed him a buyout or cut of the profits in the event of a sale.
The chain claims the delivery start-up ignored repeated requests to stop offering double-doubles and fries.
"The waitress apologized, acknowledging that the policy was racist."