Kim & Khloe Kardashian Might Be Sued For QuickTrim

Tue, February 21, 2012 10:55pm EDT by 14 Comments
Kim Kardashian Bikini

Kim and Khloe Kardashian’s diet product they rep, QuickTrim, reportedly has too much caffeine to be deemed a healthy weight loss product

In addition to her legal drama over her 72 day old marriage, Kim Kardashian might have some more lawsuit issues on her plate. The New York Post is reporting there might be a class action lawsuit against the Kardashians and their diet product, QuickTrim, which has made $45 million in revenue since the Kardashian sisters started working with them three years ago.

“The active ingredient in QuickTrim weight loss products is a large dose of caffeine . . . The FDA has determined that caffeine is not safe or effective for weight loss,” the law firm Bursor & Fisher says about the suit.

Partner Scott A. Bursor told the Post, “My firm has been retained by an individual that purchased QuickTrim, and we are investigating the matter. We have provided written notice of our client’s claims to the company and others involved in marketing QuickTrim,” and his firm is reaching out to other QuickTrim users. Bursor & Fisher has won or settled cases against firms peddling products including hair loss remedy Avacor and diet supplement Xenadrine.

Our West Coast Producer, Kirstin Benson, tried out QuickTrim and enjoyed the product. However, the caffeine in the pills was definitely noticeable.

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let it be known

Posted at 8:18 PM on April 5, 2012  

Quicktrim should change the name of their company…too honor the Kardashian hobag’s…The new name should be called
” dropoff”…cause that’s what these skanks are “dropoff’s….or skanktrim

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TRUTH

Posted at 11:39 PM on February 22, 2012  

There should be a suit against Shoedazzle as well. My roommate has been trying to cancel her membership but they put her on hold and it disconnects everytime. She got one pair of cheap chinese shoes that were too small because their sizing is different and she sent them back.

My roommate then sent an email that the shoes were too small and to cancel her membership but she is being charged $39.95 monthly with no shoes sent. Her bank won’t help stop the charges and her request to cancel the membership is ignored. Shoedazzle is a rip off!

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Shelly

Posted at 9:53 PM on February 22, 2012  

Why does Khloe’s head look twice as big as Kim’s and is not even the same color as her body and why does Khloe’s left arm (between her and Kim) look like a twig?

I think the picture has been photoshopped which is why it looks like Khloe has no neck Kelsi. LOL

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Kelsi

Posted at 9:25 PM on February 22, 2012  

Why does Khloe alway push her boobs out?. Doesn’t make them look bigger Khloe… It makes it look like you have no neck..

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Mari

Posted at 7:05 PM on February 22, 2012  

I love how they spray tanned their stomachs to make them look fit…lol. Go away skanks!

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Kate

Posted at 2:13 PM on February 22, 2012  

Where did this picture come from in the first place? Khloe’s head looks like it was “photo shopped” on to the body. As for the law suit, they were representing the product, they should have done their homework before going along with it.

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Ella

Posted at 1:52 PM on February 22, 2012  

The Kardashians are paid sponsors of the product QuickTrim, they don’t own the company. It’s not likely that they’ll be named in any lawsuit.

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Posted at 9:58 PM on February 22, 2012  

Not true. kim and khloe’s claims of incredible weight loss mean that they will be named in the suit. If you sponsor a dangerous product that is a health hazard to the public, you can be sued by those that were harmed by the product.

Those who endorse products get a cut of the profits, that profit is added into the amount of money made by the sales of said harmful product Quick Trim that the k’s sell for $60.00 a bottle at the krappy Dash stores.

The $65 million dollars the k’s made from this endorsement came from the direct sales of Quick Trim.

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aaronmatthews

Posted at 5:02 AM on February 22, 2012  

I used to think that buying bigger was better, Meal planning is key, so look for the items you’d need to create healthy meals, Plan your meals based on what’s on sale and see if you can find samples from “Get Official Samples” that is even better

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HAHAA

Posted at 1:26 AM on February 22, 2012  

Man, phuck this big flat PULL-UPS booty b!tch

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Cleo

Posted at 1:08 AM on February 22, 2012  

Forget about the weight loss dilema. These two had the nerve to take a picture like this. Wow, at first I thought this was some review of a 60 minute doc on the feeding then slaughtering of mega pigs in a cruel and unusual way. Obviously, I thought these pictures were a depiction of the pigs after the slaughter had occurred. My bad…

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mel

Posted at 2:54 PM on February 22, 2012  

Lmfao!!!!

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JJ

Posted at 12:33 AM on February 22, 2012  

People will always look for the quick fix, the magic pill to solve all their problems. Really it takes hard work, dedication, perseverance, and an indomitable will to accomplish ANYTHING, weight loss included.

Based on how many fat people there are in America today, we’re really losing our edge. Sad.

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Melanie

Posted at 12:06 AM on February 22, 2012  

All those weight loss supplements are scams. Why people actually think they work is beyond me.

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