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    Nessel, 90 Day Fiancé star reach agreement over COVID claims dispute

    The Michigan attorney general and a reality television show participant have reached an agreement resolving a dispute over claims the woman made regarding COVID-19 prevention. 

    Attorney General Dana Nessel said Wednesday she and Stephanie Davison, featured on TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé, had entered an “assurance of voluntary compliance” after Davison touted an injection as potentially helping to prevent against COVID-19. 

    As part of the agreement, Davison must post a public retraction on her Instagram account for a month, warn customers of potential side effects of the injection and pay $4,000 to the Department of Attorney General to pay for the costs of investigating her case. 

    “I am pleased to see Ms. Davison take responsibility in this matter, and it is my hope it can serve as a reminder that my office takes misleading and false claims related to consumer products very seriously,” Nessel said in a statement.  

    In a Tuesday statement posted to her Instagram page, Davison noted s the agreement does not constitute any admission of wrongdoing. 

    “This has been the worst thing that I’ve ever endured,” Davison said. “I’m grateful for their willingness to admit their legal conclusions.”

    The Instagram retraction, according to the agreement, must say: “Ipamorelin/Sermorelin injections do not treat or prevent COVID-19 and have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19. Skin Envy apologizes if any customer concluded otherwise.”

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