90 Day Fiance fame Stephanie Davison recently got a notice from Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel to spread a worrisome rumor. The reality star was claimed to spread the news that her company Skin Envy’s injections can cure COVID 19. Moreover, Stephanie Davison has got ten days to respond to the notice issued against her. However, the reality star now took it to social media and offered $10,000 to those who can bring the proof that her injection cures COVID 19. Will Stephanie’s post bring the truth in front? Let us look into the details below.
90 Day Fiance: Stephanie Davison Offers $10,000
Do anyone have proof of Stephanie Davison saying that her company’s injection ipamorelin/sermorelin can cure deadly coronavirus? If yes, then they must show it to Stephanie because she claims to give $10,000 to those who can prove it. Stephanie has posted a photo of her today with a side-way shot. But it was not the photo that caught the fan’s attention, instead it was the caption that flared up like fire. The star captioned, “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who has the TRUTHFUL story every time, after all?” Stephanie also answered the question herself, saying, “Meeeeeeeee!”
90 Day Fiance star does know that money speaks louder than anything else. Therefore, she has put her money in to reveal the truth. She has offered $10,000 to the person who will prove to her, claiming that her injections can cure coronavirus. Stephanie also stated, “Since so many will need convincing, it’s time to put my money where my mouth is!! $10,000 to the person who can find words FROM MY MOUTH saying what is being spread.”
However, Stephanie will not count those “dumb a** quotes” as proof. The reality star further explained that she needs exact proof, maybe in the form of a clip, interview, social media post, or any such thing. The reality star will not consider any interpretations or “fake” evidence.
90 Day Fiance: Either A Civil Lawsuit Or Formal Investigation Waiting Ahead For Stephanie
The notice against Stephanie Davison brought up by Danna Nessel claims Stephanie responsible for advertising her injections to boost the immune system, which can stand against COVID-19. Well, that’s not it. The notice says, “We have learned that during a recent appearance on WOOD TV’s Eight West program, you made several claims regarding sermorelin injections offered by your business.” In the interview, the reality star claims not to get infected with coronavirus because of ipamorelin/sermorelin.
Stephanie now has ten days in her hand to respond to the notice. If she fails in doing so, Attorney General’s office will take strict action against her. The office will either file for a civil lawsuit or will go for a formal investigation. The notice ends by stating, “For over a year now, consumers have been barraged with misinformation regarding COVID 19 prevention.” Moreover, Attorney General established the fact that there is only one thing that can cure COVID 19, and that is the vaccine.
Some fans are standing in favor of Stephanie, while a few are going against her. Let us further wait for the truth to be brought out legally.