Kirstie Alley Sued for Weight Loss Scam?

by | July 23, 2012 at 6:52 PM | Celebrity, Celebrity Justice, General

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Kirstie Alley is down 100 pounds, and the star is being sued for allegedly lying about how she did it.

Alley peddles a weight loss program called Organic Liaison—which according to its website, includes first USDA certified organic weight loss product, Rescue Me elixir—online and on QVC, the same regimen she claims took off the weight.

TMZ obtained the lawsuit—filed by a California woman named Marina Abramyan—which says Alley lied about her dramatic transformation.

Abramyan alleges that the actress slimmed down because of her stint on “Dancing with the Stars” and extreme dieting.

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.

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