In fact, they filed the suit against the drug company that produces the stop-smoking drug Chantix yesterday, it turns out. Robert's got all the details over on Unfair Park, including a quick discussion with Carter's father, Ken, on why he waited two years to file the lawsuit.
Just a warning before heading over to the discussion: The comments over there ain't exactly friendly in regards to the fallen area musician.
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