Man demands $5 million from Krispy Kreme because their fruit-filled donuts do not have any real fruit


Krispy Kreme donut (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) Krispy Kreme is facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit after allegedly selling fruit-filled donuts that do not have any real fruit, according to court documents in California.

Jason Saidan said that he was surprised to learn that the donuts that he bought in a Krispy Kreme store in Los Angeles, did not contain any real fruit.

Saidan told the court that he purchased raspberry, maple and blueberry donuts because he thought they were made with real fruit.

Saidan is seeking $5 million in compensation. Saidan believes that the company is guilty of misleading the public through false advertising.

He bought the blueberry donuts because he thought they contain a lot of antioxidants. Had he known that the donuts contain no fruit, he would not buy them or paid significantly less.