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|Driven Sports Craze Supplement Class Action Lawsuit|
- Thursday, 22 March 2012 09:22
Driven Sports Craze Supplement Class Action Lawsuit
By Matt O'Donnell
A class action lawsuit claims Driven Sports is selling a diet supplement called “Craze” that contains amphetamine, despite labeling claims that it is “safe” and can be used by students for studying.
According to the Craze class action lawsuit, the "diet supplement" actually contains amphetamine, “a dangerous ingredient which is regulated as a controlled substance and a dangerous stimulant in California and thus cannot be lawfully included in a dietary supplement.”
The Craze website says the supplement will give you “endless energy” and that it “helps put you in a fantastic mood and enhance your focus.” Nowhere on the product’s label or website does it mention that amphetamine is an ingredient, the lawsuit says.
"Defendant makes representations regarding the efficacy, safety and legality of the product which are false, misleading and deceptive," the class action lawsuit says. "Plaintiff and members of the Class relied on defendant's misrepresentations and would not have paid as much, if at all, for the products but for defendant's misrepresentations. As a result, defendant has wrongfully taken millions of dollars from California consumers. Plaintiff brings this lawsuit to enjoin the ongoing defrauding of thousands of California consumers by defendant, and to recover the money taken by its illegal practices."
The Craze class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all persons who were located in California when they purchased Craze for personal use at any time during the past four years. It is seeking an injunction, costs, restitution, disgorgement, and punitive damages.
A copy of the Driven Sports Craze Amphetamine Class Action Lawsuit can be read here.
The case is Aaron Karman v. Driven Sports, Inc., Case No. 1203768, Superior Court of the State of California, County of Riverside.
Updated March 22nd, 2012
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