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Texas Attorney General Suing Social Media star Brittany Davis

Larry Lease

Texas Attorney General is suing social media star Brittany Davis for violating the Deceptive Trade Practices Act.Carlos Alfonso/Unsplash

Dallas is home to several social media stars, but one has really entered the spotlight, as the Texas Attorney General's office has filed suit against Brittany Dawn Davis. They allege she scammed thousands of her clients, who she sold fitness and nutrition plans to.

Brittany Davis has nearly one million TikTok followers and half-a-million on Instagram, where she shares fitness and health tips. Her YouTube channel also has nearly 250,000 subscribers. The New York Post reports that the Attorney General's office filed a Deceptive Trade Practices Act against the social media star saying she never provided the personal coaching that was promised and that the nutrition plans were not customized.

One victim is Cori Reali, who according to the New York Post spent $115 on a nutrition plan in 2014. Reali says she never received specific feedback and instead ended up gaining nine pounds. According to WFAA, complaints started to come in 2019. Brittany Davis quickly responded to those saying her customer service team was refunding clients. She even appeared on Good Morning America, admitting she ordered her clients she refunded to sign non-disclosure agreements. She even deleted comments on social media channels from people who called out her practices.

Brittany Davis has since remained silent, since her GMA appearance. The AG's office also alleges that Davis charged a shipping fee for nutrition plans, even though she emailed those to her clients. The plans cost $92 all the way to $300. The AG's office is looking for $250,000 to $1 million in the suit.

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