Kirstie Alley Sued Over Weight Loss Product, Claims

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Kirstie Alley has lost a tremendous amount of weight. There's no denying that fact.

But it's how the actress dropped nearly 100 pounds that is at the center of a new lawsuit against her.

Kirstie Alley at a Signing

A California resident has filed suit against Alley because she doesn't believe the star actually shed pounds using Organic Liaison, a product Alley shills for online and on QVC. Instead, the plaintiff thinks Alley simply followed a low-calorie diet and practiced a lot for Dancing with the Stars.

Organic Liaison? It's nothing but fiber and calcium, the legal documents allege.

Alley is being sued for unspecified damages in a case similar to that of Kim Kardashian and QuikTrim, as that reality star has also come under legal fire for assertions that she lost weight due to that supplement.

Note to the overweight: if you want to slim down, simply change your diet and exercise. That's it. It's rather simple.



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Not many people understand how advertisement works. Well, Im here to shed some light on the matter. When a company decides they want to launch a new dietary supplement, they automatically think "advertisement". What do you think would be the best way to advertise a new product? Get a spokes model to go on national television, or the internet. It has to be someone who will catch the consumers eye so they will be more inclined to buy it. They are going to want to use someone who is already in the public eye, such as a well known celebrity. What happens is, they contact her people..set up a meeting. Discuss compensation, and if she is satisfied with the amount they are willing to pay her. Then she agrees to advertise it for them. That's how it works in the business people! I don't know what's more insane, the things people try to sue celebrities over...or the idiot lawyers who actually try the case!? If she actually gets sued for this, then they better sue the rest of them!


I realize its hard to lose weight and im sure there are things out there that MAY help but there is no easy way, no trick. Theres no magic pill to make you thin. Trying to take a short cut around watching what you eat and exercising is no excuse to sue.

@ Heather

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@Karen: What if you can show that a diet supplement does not contain any ingredients proved to help one lose weight?

@ Hilton Hater

You don't need to sue. Simply don't buy.


I am fan. Who is certain what works for one body will work for a second.


That is bullshit... who is to say what she used to lose weight or didn't use to lose weight. Let me sue you because I think you are a liar. If she actually took the product while losing weight, case closed, whether it actually helped her or not. The person suing Kirstie just sounds like another piece of trash trying to steal a buck.

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