FDA: Monster Energy Drink possibly linked to 5 deaths
The highly caffeinated Monster Energy Drink is under the microscope. It is possibly linked to five deaths and one heart attack.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating after reports of a 14-year-old girl dying from the drink.
Now political leaders across the nation are calling for a crackdown saying the drinks are being marketed to young people.
Monster officials claim they've quote: "Sold 8 billion energy drinks and is unaware of any fatality, anywhere caused by its drinks."