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AG Ken Paxton Files Lawsuit Against DFW Influencer Brittany Dawn

The AG alleges she violated the state’s Deceptive Trade Practices Act and misled consumers with eating disorders

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The state of Texas is suing Dallas-Fort Worth social media influencer Brittany Dawn Davis over a fitness plan scheme it claims violated consumer protection laws and misled followers with eating disorders who bought into it.

The attorney general’s office is seeking between $250,000 and $1 million in penalties and court fees, according to the lawsuit filed Feb. 1 in Dallas County court.

Davis’ business Brittany Dawn Fitness LLC sold online fitness packages that cost as much as $300 to thousands of consumers beginning in 2014. The plans were not “individualized” as promised, and Davis “failed to provide the promised coaching and check-ins,” according to the lawsuit.

The Dallas Morning News was unable to reach Davis for comment.

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