Turkey Leg Hut owners respond to $1.3 mil lawsuit

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They’re known for their mouth-watering turkey legs, and lines wrapped around the corner, but the Turkey Leg Hut has found itself fighting yet another lawsuit. The popular Third Ward restaurant is being sued by U.S. Foods, a national food distributor that claims the Houston business and its owner owe more than $1.2 million for goods and services provided last year. But the owners say people need to push pause before jumping on the bashing bandwagon because there are “three sides to every story.” People wait in line at the Turkey Leg Hut. “Turkey Leg Hut was not aware of a pending lawsuit until we were contacted by the media Thursday afternoon. From what we can see, this is not adding up and cannot comment further on the pending litigation. The math is not mathin’,” the company said in a statement. While that’s their official statement, unofficially, owners Lynn and Nakia Price are taking to social media to defend their successful business. “The proof will come out. Just like it came out with the woods, smoke and all that,” Lynn Price said, referring to a previous lawsuit where neighbors sued the restaurant because of smoke from their ovens. The Prices’ emerged...