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Chuck Norris Sues Company For Using His Name To Sell Fake Erectile Dysfunction Medication



Hollywood superstar, Chuck Norris is dragging a company to court for using his name to sell fake erectile dysfunction medication.

The iconic actor sued Bio-Molecular Solutions and Biogenetics for using his brand and face to promote a product called Provitra which acts like Viagra.

Gena, Chuck Noriis’ wife, discovered the scam in June while surfing the internet. TMZ reported that Gena saw an online ad with the headline “A Tragic End Today for Chuck Norris.”

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Once the ad is clicked, the reader is taken to another site that looks very similar to a Fox News article with the headline, “Big Pharma In Outrage Over Norris’ New ED Product…Chuck Kicks Back With This!”

The false article features a photo of Chuck and his wife and a completely false assertions throughout, including that he “revealed his new Erectile Dysfunction cure on the Dr. Phil Show.”

The phony article includes a call to action to receive a free bottle of the ED pills, and all the hyperlinks take the reader to a third website,a point-of-sale page for Provitra.

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Chuck Norris and his wife revealed this this is not the first time they’ve been used as bait in a scam ad. He added that in 2019 they tried to stop a similar illegal scam and were successful. The couple is seeking damages from the company and want it to stop making false representations about them.

SOURCE: AfricaCelebrities.Com