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'90 Day Fiance': Stephanie Davison in Trouble With the Law?

90 Day Fiance star Stephanie Davison just can't catch a break from controversies. This time around, the ex-girlfriend of Ryan Carr is facing legal issues with the state of Michigan.

Stephanie, who owns weight loss center Skin Envy, is currently on notice over her supposed misleading claims about COVID-19. Allegedly, the reality star declared that her products can help prevent the contraction of the coronavirus. Is there any truth to it?

90 Day Fiance: Stephanie Davison's Business Gets Cease-and-Desist Order

Looks like Stephanie Davison is back in the spotlight but for all the wrong reasons. The 90 Day Fiance alum is in trouble with the Michigan Attorney General after supposedly making false claims about COVID-19 prevention.

According to reports, the reality star made questionable claims during a paid segment on a lifestyle TV program. Stephanie allegedly suggested that sermorelin injections, which Skin Envy offers, can strengthen the immune system and help prevent COVID-19.

"(It) boosts the immune system, which is very imperative," the 90 Day Fiance star said on the program. "I mean, again, I didn't, I, almost all of my friends got COVID-19. I never, I never did. So, I'm thankful and now I've been vaccinated so I will not get it ever now. So I'm so grateful and I've had people tell me in the medical field that it is probably due to the ipamorelin/sermorelin."

Attorney General Dana Nessel refutes Stephanie's supposed statement. She reiterates that the only way to prevent the virus is by vaccinations. Stephanie got a cease-and-desist letter on Monday. She has 10 days to publicly retract her supposed claims.

90 Day Fiance: Stephanie Davison

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Stephanie Not Backing Down

But Stephanie Davison seems unfazed by the Michigan Attorney General and her demands. The 90 Day Fiance star is not backing down without putting out a fight.

Stephanie made it clear that she did not specifically mention that her product can directly prevent COVID-19. "I stated it helps boost [the] immune system and then proceeded to say I am fully vaccinated," Stephanie responded to a fan.  "So, I'm guilty of [saying] I have [a] strong immune system."

90 Day Fiance: Stephanie Davison

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90 Day Fiance: Stephanie Offers Reward to Someone Who Can Prove Accusations

Stephanie Davison is now offering $10,000 to the person who can prove that she said Skin Envy products can help prevent COVID-19. The 90 Day Fiance star seems confident that nobody can find proof she ever said it.

Fans quickly flooded Stephanie's comments section, showing their support. Many think the reality star's statement was taken out of context and that Stephanie doesn't deserve the bad rep she's been getting because of it. It's unclear if Stephanie finds someone who can prove the claims against her.

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