NITRA GETS $9 MILLION DOLLARS FROM WALMART!

JURY SIDES WITH FORMER COLLEGE STUDENT IN CIVIL LAWSUIT!

A woman who was arrested in 2008 at a Wal-Mart location in Houston will be awarded $9 million after winning a case against the retail company.

Nitra Gipson, a former Texas Southern University student, filed a civil lawsuit against Wal-Mart which alleged that store employees accused of her of trying to exchange counterfeit Wal-Mart money orders to obtain cash.

Investigators determined that the money orders that Gipson presented were authentic, which meant she was falsely arrested.

Closing arguments took place on Friday afternoon and a jury ordered the retail company to pay Gipson $9 million for her false arrest.