Nashville printing company, Jive Printing, has recently been named as a defendant in the homicide case of a 23-year-old man who was hit by a drunk employee. Trevor Bradshaw, the driver, and Erin Brown attended the “Naughty and Nice” party hosted by the company where free alcohol and shots were passed out freely by bartenders, who did not properly monitor the guests’ level of intoxication. Furthermore, the company encouraged its guests to drink heavily.
At 2 a.m., Bradshaw hit the man and after attempted to run-away, twice. Both Bradshaw and Brown were arrested and charged with varying charges of vehicular homicide. The prosecution is seeking $15 million in damages between the defendants Jive Printing and Metro Government.