Las Vegas Assemblyman Brent Jones Speaks Out Against Real Water Lawsuit

Las Vegas Assemblyman Brent Jones Speaks Out Against Real Water Lawsuit



Brent Jones, who is the assemblyman for Nevada District 35, is also the President of, Inc, which is also known as Real Water, has had a lawsuit filed against his company. On May 4, 2016, he responded to the accusations that were published in the ‘Las Vegas Review-Journal’ the previous day.

Jones’ campaign staff reached out to The Public Slate to make a statement and clarify the facts surrounding the termination of Grecia Echevarria-Hernandez from her position as a merchandiser for Real Water.

A lawsuit was filed with the Nevada District Court on April 26, 2016, naming, Inc, doing business as (dba) Real Alkalized Water. The case also named Does I-X and others.

In response to this and other attacks on his strong and public stance against the Commerce Tax and Common Core and the Nevada Governor’s policies, Jones stated: “I’m not at all surprised that 3 weeks outside of an election that the Governor and his pro-tax cartel are again trying to take me down using the corrupt media.

They have tried over and over but the people stand with me and I stand with them. The Governor and his Establishment politicians have betrayed the people who trusted them. I will continue to fight for the people, small business owners, against taxes, against Common Core. It’s time we take on the Establishment head on! And I have no problem leading the charge!”

This is an ongoing story. The Public Slate will continue to update as more details become available.

By Cathy Milne


Las Vegas Review-Journal: Ex-employee accuses Las Vegas water bottling company of religious discrimination
Case Filing: U.S. District Court; District of Nevada Case 2:16-cv-00943-GMN-VCF Document 1 Filed 04/26/2016
Phone Interview: Laurel Fee; Brent Jones Campaign Manager

Image Courtesy of Real Water – Used With Permission