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Kim Kardashian Sued by Dr. Siegal's COOKIE DIET(R) Creator Dr. Sanford Siegal
Date:12/29/2009

received at his Miami medical clinic a letter from Kim Kardashian's attorney claiming that, by placing a link to a certain article stored on a third-party news web site on www.CookieDiet.com, which is owned and operated by Dr. Siegal's Direct Nutritionals, LLC, Dr. Siegal and DSDN had created the "false impression" that Kardashian was a paid endorser of Dr. Siegal's COOKIE DIET® products. The letter demanded that the link to the story be removed from CookieDiet.com.

The complaint notes that Kardashian did not disclose in the Twitter message or "tweet" in which she called Dr. Siegal's COOKIE DIET® "unhealthy" that she is a paid endorser of the other product that she mentioned in the same message.

Siegal's attorney responded to the letter by phoning Kardashian's attorney and explaining that the hundreds of news stories to which hyperlinks are displayed on the In the News section of CookieDiet.com were published and broadcast by legitimate, third-party media outlets and web sites, none of which are affiliated with Dr. Siegal or DSDN.

"Our attorney explained to Kim Kardashian's attorney that the news story to which he referred in his letter wasn't written by us. We had simply put a link to it along with all of our other press clipping links. What's more, the part of the story that mentioned Kim was comparatively brief. The story was substantially about us, not about her," said Matthew Siegal, president and CEO of Dr. Siegal's Direct Nutritionals, LLC.

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