‘RHOC’ Shannon Beador versus. Mark Zuckerberg ?! Why she sues her site
Here is an unexpected RHOC quarrel. Shannon Beador attacks Mark Zuckerberg. The tech giant owns both Facebook and Instagram. One company used the Bravo star’s image to sell shady diet pills. Although Shannon follows a healthy diet, she does not promote the use of dietary supplements.
There are reports that she has filed a lawsuit against Instagram and its parent company, Facebook. The company heavily marketed the ads on both social media platforms to sell dietary supplements. According to legal documents, The Real Housewives of Orange County star revealed that a third-party company that sells dietary supplements first ran ads in her image in May 2021. She claims “fraudulent sellers” tried to take advantage of her likeness.
Shannon Beador involved in diet pill scam
Shannon Beador wants to sue Facebook over this issue. Although she noted that most reality TV stars promote products on social media, she didn’t want to cheat on her own followers. Some Shannon followers and fans have speculated that she supports these diet pills. Once she found out, she decided to take legal action.
âAs a result of this scam, many people in the general public who fell victim to this scam believing they were buying a real product approved by the applicant responded by posting negative statements on [her], despite the fact that the applicant did not receive any money for the transaction or approval, and was in fact unaware of the transaction and did not participate in it, âthe statement read.
Shannon argued that her “livelihood” is based on social media recommendations. She believes this alleged scam has tarnished her image and career. Most fans know that many Bravo stars love to endorse products on social media. In her lawsuit, Shannon included photos of the ads and an example of someone serving the website links.
Shannon requested “a permanent injunction, restricting and directing [them] continuous acts of unfair competition. She also asks for all the money earned from the alleged scam.
RHOC the co-star has her own extras
Shannon Beador does not sell diet pills. Instead, she launched her new line of natural foods called Real for real cuisine. In an October 24 Instagram post, the TV personality said she was “new and improved” with an updated logo. The logo features a yellow floral design followed by the words âReal for Real. By Shannon Storms Beador.
She has expanded her line with her own Lemon-Aid Daily, a supplement that she has launched herself. In a Jan. 31 Instagram post, she explained that it contains “potent ingredients to support the immune system and provide overall health benefits.” It’s no wonder Shannon doesn’t want her fans to mistake her for the shady dietary supplement scam. Hopefully she can win this case and set the record straight.