The state of Texas has sued fitness-turned-Christianity influencer Brittany Daybreak Davis over claims that her health plan program allegedly engaged in misleading practices and negatively impacted clients with consuming problems.
Davis, a 30-year-old from Fort Price, first began promoting 1000’s of on-line health packages in 2014 after constructing her social media profile as a supposed wholesome residing professional via sharing pictures of her physique, her eating regimen, and train suggestions.
“She was described as ‘your coach, your confidant, your largest supporter & buddy,’ there to ‘push you, mildew you, and that can assist you discover that individual that you just’ve all the time needed to turn into,’” reads the lawsuit from the Texas Lawyer Normal. The paperwork had been filed within the Dallas County Courtroom on Feb. 1 and had been first reported on by the Dallas Morning Information.
The programs from Brittany Daybreak Health LLC ranged in value from $92 to $300 per thirty days, with Davis supposedly providing particular person teaching and plans.
However via a personal Fb group the place members had been inspired to share their progress, Davis’ clients realized she had given lots of them the very same exercise and diet plans with none personalization.
And fairly than offering particular person teaching, Davis merely gave “generic and non-substantive” suggestions, stated the grievance, similar to “THAT’S MY GIRL! You’re killing it!” and “you’ve received this babe!”
Davis has not responded to a request from BuzzFeed Information for remark.
Not less than 14 clients talked about within the grievance who sought refunds from Davis are individuals with consuming problems. One stated that Davis’ social media presence and self-identification as an “consuming dysfunction soldier” led them to consider she had “particular coaching” to deal with their situations. One lady — who had a restrictive consuming dysfunction and advised David she needed to extend her calorie consumption — stated Davis gave her a meal plan that had a “considerably decrease” calorie rely than what she’d beforehand been consuming. The lawsuit paperwork stated Davis denied accepting clients with consuming problems.