DAWN French has hit out at a faux weight loss plan advert utilizing her weight reduction footage.
The Vicar of Dibley star, 63, mentioned the advert was “b*****ks” as she shared a screengrab on Twitter.
“Keto lies….” she tweeted.
The faux advert claimed Dawn misplaced 6.4st in 5 months utilizing a keto weight loss plan and no train.
It included a faux quote from the comic saying: “All I can say is it really works!”
It’s not the primary time Dawn has referred to as out scammers utilizing her picture to flog diets.
The tablets, costing between £20 and £30, are billed because the UK’s strongest authorized fat-burner — regardless of no supporting proof from nutritionists or scientists.
Multi-Bafta-winner Dawn instructed The Sun: “I believe this is perhaps the fifth time I’ve needed to shut down these s****y scoundrels — utilizing my title illegally to promote their crappy capsules. It infuriates me. It’s a complete rip-off.
“What a pungent solution to exploit trusting folks who may properly already be in a pickle with their vanity.
“I can’t stand that I’m related in any approach — and none of us know what truly is in these capsules.
“So a lot injury might be achieved. It’s actually harmful.”
Dawn has beforehand spoken about shedding seven stone.
However, after shedding the burden via wholesome consuming and train in 2014, she made it clear she didn’t need to develop into a poster lady for weight-reduction plan.
But the advertisements for Diet Keto Pills recommend Dawn’s “magical transformation” was all the way down to the “correct mix of low carbohydrates and extreme fats” discovered within the keto capsules.
The ketogenic weight loss plan — made fashionable by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian and Halle Berry — got here from a high-fat, medium-protein, low-carb routine used to deal with kids with epilepsy.
Holly Willoughby, Cheryl Tweedy and Susanna Reid are amongst stars who’ve beforehand been focused by weight loss plan capsule scammers.
Nutritionists say the capsules encourage impressionable kids to develop consuming problems.