'Biggest Loser': Jillian Michaels may have to eat her words
Talk about news that's not all that hard for to swallow.
Turns out that "The Biggest Loser" star Jillian Michaels' Maximum Strength Calorie Control dietary supplement may not work. You know, the product that claims you can lose weight by taking two pills and eating anything you want, even cake?
According to documents in a class action law suit filed in L.A. County Superior Court, the dietary supplement is "worthless."
The lawyer who filed the suit, Melissa Harnett, tells TMZ, "Sadly, Michaels has decided to exploit her fame and goodwill by collaborating with Thin Care and Basic Research to promote a weight loss supplement that purportedly will cause weight loss by itself, without any additional effort on the part of the consumer."
The suit asks for an injunction prohibiting further sale of the product, plus damages.
Did anyone try this product and did it work?
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