Dr. Oz Sued for Painful, Failed Insomnia Cure

by at .

A New Jersey resident named Frank Dietl has sued Dr. Oz because he claims an insomnia cure recommended by the talk show host left him with third-degree burns.

Tags:

From Around the Web

    More From The Hollywood Gossip

    Michael-egan-bryan-singer-accuser

    Michael Egan, Bryan Singer Accuser, Alleges "Numerous" Rapes By Hollywood Moguls

    Michael Egan, the man suing X-Men director Bryan Singer for sexual assault, says he complained of similar behavior from Hollywood moguls in the past.
    Jeremy-bieber-pic

    Jeremy Bieber Accused of Kung-Fu Kicking Alicia Wadden, Breaking Her Jaw

    Jeremy Bieber has been accused of breaking a woman's jaw. Read on for the ugly details.
    Bryan-singer-accused-of-sexual-abuse

    Bryan Singer, X-Men Director, Sued for Molesting Teenage Boy

    Bryan Singer is facing a lawsuit. He's accused of molesting an underage boy many years ago.
    Rhoa-reunion-preview

    Porsha Williams: Charged with Assault in Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Brawl!

    The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams will face criminal charges following her reunion show scuffle with Kenya Moore.

    4 Comments New Comment Subscribe

    Avatar

    I am not at all surprised by this. That Dr. Oz dude is always getting sued. And, personally...I'm not a fan of his or that show of his. To me, Dr. Oz is nothing but an overrated QUACK who acts like he knows everything (which he don't). And, I hear that over half of his neighbors cannot stand him or his wife. Dr. Oz=BEYOND ANNOYING!!!!!

    Avatar

    psssst: Dr. Death?

    Avatar

    This is ridiculous. Our country has encouraged stupidity, lack of common sense & personal responsibility by even acknowledging these kind of people. This man clearly wants a pay day and is using any excuse to get one. Shame on him.

    Avatar

    Omg..... This is stupid! He didn't say boil rice
    Dumb ppl like this should pay for all attorney fees. And oz should counter sue




    You are posting as a guest. To post as a user, please Sign In or Register