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

zens of press releases about company news over the past three years and that neither Kardashian nor any other celebrity was mentioned in any of them.

"Kim's attorney's letter demanded that we remove from CookieDiet.com the link to the story and publish a statement saying that she doesn't use our products. Since we had never published any statement saying that she does, we refused to publish one saying that she doesn't use them. But we did, in a spirit of friendliness, comply with her request that we remove from our web site the link to the news story in question, even though we didn't write the story and had no legal obligation to remove the link to it. It's interesting to note that we removed the link a week before Kim's lawyer's letter was splattered all over the web. So much for letting sleeping dogs lie!" added Siegal.

According to Dr. Siegal, media reports that Kim Kardashian may have used his famous cookies did not excite him.

"My first reaction when I was informed many months ago that some entertainment web site had reported that Kim Kardashian was a fan of Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet was 'Kim who?'," said Dr. Siegal. "I'd never heard of her."

Matthew Siegal, who is Dr. Siegal's son and was the driving force behind the 2007 retail and consumer launch of his father's 35-year old brand, added that Kardashian waited more than six months after it was published to comment on the news story to which she now objects.

"That minor story about Kim Kardashian using our products surfaced about eight months ago. If the report was untrue and she objected to it, why did she wait so long to make her position known?" asked Siegal.

Matthew Siegal added that it was Kim Kardashian's recent actions, and not those of his company or his father (who turned 81 yesterday), that have made the Kardashian/Siegal story a news item this week.

"In my opinion, whether or not Kim Kardashian ever chowed down o
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