SAN FRANCISCO -- A new lawsuit was filed Monday against San Francisco e-cigarette maker Juul Labs.
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The suit was filed on behalf of a 19-year-old man who says he became addicted to nicotine and suffered worsening asthma symptoms after he started using Juul's devices when he was 16.
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The suit claims Juul and Philip Morris, which recently took a stake in the company, violated the Racketeer Act by illegally marketing the devices to minors.
Juul did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment on the lawsuit.
Lawsuit against e-cigarette maker Juul claims company illegally markets to minors