Viacom is being sued after one of its staffers left a launch party drunk for Lights out with David Spade, and killed a pedestrian,RadarOnline.com can confirm.
According to the lawsuit, the company that owns Comedy Central and produces David Spade‘s new late-night show was hosting the party at Nightingale Plaza nightclub in West Hollywood on August 1 to celebrate the premiere of the show.
Staffer Jacob Gralitzer allegedly got “severely intoxicated” at the party “with the permission and knowledge of one or more of his supervisors at Viacom,” the lawsuit claims.
No one stopped him from driving, alleges the suit, saying the valet provided by Viacom gave the man the keys and he drove away.
Soon thereafter, Gralitzer struck a car which crashed into the sidewalk, killing 24-year-old Noah Benardout.
The collision occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m. when…