The legal mess surrounding InBev‘s stalled acquisition of Anheuser-Busch now looks like the floor of a frat house basement after an all-night kegger.

Trying to stave off a hostile bid by the Belgium-based brewer, the St. Louis-based beer maker is now playing the red card in a civil lawsuit filed Monday against InBev on A-B’s home turf in the Eastern District of Missouri.

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