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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Kirstie Alley Being Sued for Weight Loss Scam?

Kirstie Alley is dropped 100 pounds, but gained a lawsuit.  The lawsuit claims that Alley lied about how she lost the weight while promoting a weight loss product.
First it was Weight Watchers, now it's Organic Liaison, but he suit claims the actress slimmed down because of her appearances on “Dancing with the Stars” and extreme dieting.
In case you haven't heard, Organic Liaison, according to their website, is the first USDA certified organic weight loss product, "Rescue Me elixir" sold online and on QVC.
Kelly Preston also backs up the program on the company’s website, saying it helped her lose 39 pounds of baby weight.
The plaintiff used Organic Liaison herself and filed the class action lawsuit because she says it’s a phony program with diet products made up of calcium and fiber and not much else.
The amount sought by the lawsuit is unknown, and Alley’s people have yet to comment.  
Was Kirstie Alley falsely promoting this weight loss program, or did it truly work for her?

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