90 Day Fiancé Stephanie Davison Takes Matters Into Own Hands – Offers Reward For Truth

90 Day Fiance: Stephanie Davison90 Day Fiancé star Stephanie Davison is back in the headlines after getting in trouble with the law. The ex-girlfriend of Ryan Carr is facing legal issues with the state of Michigan over her supposed COVID-19 prevention claims.

Stephanie is being accused of declaring her business, Skin Envy, as an effective way to help prevent getting the coronavirus. But the reality star is denying she ever said that. She’s very confident about her claims that she’s offering a hefty reward to anyone who can prove she’s lying.

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Stephanie Davison and her weight-loss business, Skin Envy, are causing quite a stir and for all the wrong reasons. The 90 Day Fiance celeb recently drew flak over her supposed COVID-19 prevention claims involving one of her products.

According to reports, Stephanie appeared on a segment of a lifestyle TV program and suggested that her sermorelin injections helped her boost her immune system, which in return prevents the virus.

90 Day Fiancé Stephanie Davison Takes Matters Into Own Hands - Offers Reward For Truth

“(It) boosts the immune system, which is very imperative,” the 90 Day Fiance star said on the show. “I mean, again, I didn’t, I, almost all of my friends got COVID-19. I never, I never did. So, I’m thankful and now I’ve been vaccinated so I will not get it ever now. So I’m so grateful and I’ve had people tell me in the medical field that it is probably due to the ipamorelin/sermorelin.”

Shortly after the episode, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel released a statement refuting Stephanie’s suggestion. She maintains that the only way to prevent COVID-19 is to get vaccinated.

Stephanie Davison Insists She Didn’t Say COVID-19 Claims

Stephanie Davison was given 10 days to retract her COVID-19 claims. But the 90 Day Fiance star shows no sign of giving in to the AG’s demand.

Stephanie clarified what she said on the show. “I stated it helps boost [the] immune system and then proceeded to say I am fully vaccinated. So, I’m guilty of [saying] I have [a] strong immune system.”

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Stephanie Davison seems confident that she didn’t do anything wrong. The 90 Day Fiancé star even offers $10,000 to anyone who can prove that she said Skin Envy’s products can help prevent COVID-19.

Many were quick to respond, quoting Stephanie during the interview. However, it’s unclear if the reality star did end up finding the winner.



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