“Lied about efficiency” – Wayne Gretzky slapped with $10 million lawsuit over fraudulent assertion of chewing-gum weight loss product

A man sued Wayne Gretzky on charges that his chewing-gum weight loss product is a big fail and that he has delivered false promises and hopes.

Wayne Gretzky
Wayne Gretzky
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Ex-NHLer Wayne Gretzky is accused of misleading the public through his chewing-gum weight loss product and is charged $10 million over a lawsuit filed by a man on Monday in Los Angeles.

According to TMZ Sports, Steven Sparks the person who is said to have developed OMG Gum, a “natural gum used to manage weight”, alleged that Gretzky lied about his dropping 35 pounds after the use of the product.

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Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky charged with a lawsuit

Wayne Gretzky
Wayne Gretzky

Spark claims that he lost $10 million after putting his time and money into creating the gum, and further claimed the hockey legend made the fabrication to further bolster the growth of his company’s stocks.

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On the other hand, Sparks hired Janet Gretzky as a spokesperson. Gretzky’s lying made Sparks buy stocks and reinvest money into the companies per nydailynews.com. Later the 61-year-old accepted that he did not lose weight even after using the product.

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