Kirstie Alley Sued Over Her Weight Loss Plan

There are a lot of ways to lose weight, but if you take it from Marina Abramyan, Kirstie Alley’s new program Organic Liason is not one of them. The actress has been peddling the drink and meal guide in online advertisements and QVC commercials for awhile. Assumedly, she’s made some good money off Organic Liason, but now, Abramyan wants a portion of it because she says the whole program is BS.

According to TMZ, the lawsuit claims Alley lost one hundred pounds not by using her own program but instead by eating less calories and performing on Dancing With The Stars. Her special drink is allegedly just calcium and fiber with no proven weight-loss benefits, and as such, she should be forced to pay out monetary damages.

I investigated Organic Liason, and while the drink might just be modern snake oil, it’s hard to imagine people wouldn’t lose weight using this system. Membership offers recipes, intricate guides for how many calories to eat everyday and recommendations to exercise for an hour a day. It might not be a miracle in a bottle, but I highly doubt it wouldn’t work.

Thus far, Alley has not publically commented on the litigation filed against her, but she’ll at least have to respond via the courts in the next few days. We’ll keep you updated when that happens. Until then, if you want to lose weight, just eat a sensible number of calories and move around.

Mack Rawden
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