Former 90 Day Fiancé star Stephanie Davison reached an agreement with the Michigan Attorney General that will likely keep her out of legal trouble as well as settle a long-running dispute she's had over controversial claims about injections offered by her Skin Envy Non-Surgical Weight Loss Centers. Months after Davison publicly declared Ipamorelin and Sermorelin injections allegedly helped prevent her from catching COVID-19, she's now reached an agreement to retract those statements.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said Stephanie Davison is in the process of an "assurance of voluntary compliance." As part of the agreement, Davison will issue a pubic retraction for her previous statements about Ipamorelin and Sermorelin injections on Instagram for a month ( which started August 13), as well as warn customers about the potential side effects of the injections her businesses had not previously disclosed. Davison will also be required to pay the Department of the Attorney General $4,000 for their investigation of the case.

As previously reported, Stephanie Davison first got in trouble for her claims after she appeared on the Michigan-based WoodTV program eightWest in March and made questionable claims about the benefits of Ipamorelin and Sermorelin injections. Specifically, Davison alleged that although she was vaccinated, she never caught COVID-19 and had apparently been told by medical professionals it was "probably due to the Ipamorelin/Sermorelin." This recent development will presumably close the door on those claims and allow both parties to put the matter to rest.

Stephanie Davison's future in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise isn't currently known, though one may speculate she won't appear in the franchise after her original season. Davison took issue with the way her relationship with Ryan Carr was portrayed on screen and even alleged the reality series manufactured drama that wasn't there.

Stephanie Davison was ultimately not a part of 90 Day Fiancé's tell-all but later posted her own videos online to tell her version of the events that unfolded and what was allegedly manufactured by the TLC program. She especially didn't like how the series showed a scene where she allegedly started a relationship with Ryan Carr's cousin Harris and offered to bring him to the United States following her breakup with Carr.

In the series, fans saw that Harris was seemingly still with the mother of his children, and there was an implication that Harris could be taking advantage of Stephanie Davison. It feels after her claims Davison wouldn't be welcomed back on the series or that she'd accept an invitation to appear yet again.

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