Dawn French ran a fake diet ad featuring her images on Monday, labeling it “b******s” in a passionate tweet.
The Vicar Van Dibley actress, 63, took to Twitter to hit back at the mock testimony that used falsely attributed quotes from her.
It comes after Dawn slammed scammers last month and used her image to lash out “dangerous” diet pills in social media ads following her 7.5th weight loss.
Hit Back: Dawn French ran a fake diet ad on Monday featuring her images, labeling it ‘b******s’ in a passionate tweet (pictured in 2015)
The actress shared a screenshot of the fake ad on her Twitter, which she captioned “Keto lies…” and wrote “b****x” about it.
The mock testimony used two photos of Dawn, who claimed to be before and after, with falsely attributed quotes from her.
It said, ‘All I can say is it works! I dropped a total of 6.4 bricks over the course of five months! Beret the catch, without practice!
Anger: The Vicar Of Dibley actress, 63, took to Twitter to hit back at the mock testimony that used falsely attributed quotes from her
Transformation: It comes after Dawn slammed crooks with her image to lash out “dangerous” diet pills in social media ads after her 7.5th weight loss (photo 2015, L and 2005, R)
“I wanted to see if it would do what they claimed if I didn’t exercise and to my surprise it did – Dawn French, 61.”
Dawn’s 517.4K followers responded quickly to the post, praising the star for invoking the fake ad.
One person said, ‘Wow! Thanks for mentioning this! We are all so easily fooled by these kinds of advertisements.’
While another account said, “Thanks for calling this Dawn,” followed by clapping emojis.
Response: The actress shared a screenshot of the fake ad on her Twitter, which she captioned it with “Keto lies…” and wrote “b****x” about it (pictured in February this year)
It comes after Dawn slammed crooks with her image last month for thrashing “dangerous” diet pills in social media ads.
The Vicar Of Dibley actress claimed her face was used in campaigns to sell ketone pills — a controversial weight loss product, according to The sun.
The tablets cost between £20 and £30, but there is still limited scientific evidence that the supplements accelerate weight loss.
She told the publication: “I think this might be the fifth time I’ve had to shut these damn rogues — illegally using my name to sell their c****y pills. It makes me furious. It’s a total rip off.
Praise: Dawn’s 517.4K followers responded quickly to the post while praising the star for invoking the fake ad
What a stinky way to exploit trusting people who may already be in trouble with their self-esteem.
“I can’t stand being associated in any way — and none of us know what’s actually in these pills. So much damage can be done. It’s really dangerous.’
Dawn lost a whopping seven and a half stone in 2014, but last October she admitted she was “a ton again” after gaining weight again.
The ads reportedly slated with her image say that Dawn’s ‘magic transformation’ was due to the ‘right mix of low carbs and excess fat’ in the keto pills.
Scam: The Vicar Of Dibley actress recently claimed her face was used in campaigns to sell ketone pills — which is a controversial weight-loss product, according to The Sun (pictured last September)
The “keto” diet has been praised by A-list celebrities, including Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Halle Berry, Gwyneth Paltrow and basketball star LeBron James.
It revolves around cutting carbohydrates from the diet intended to induce a near-starvation state that burns fat for energy.
Last October, Dawn said she’s gained weight again after her staggering loss of seven and a half stone in 2014.
Speaking on her podcast French and Saunders: T**ting About, the star said she’s “back to being a whole lot” but “don’t give a fuck.”
Before: The comedian began to lose weight dramatically in 2011 after her breakup with Lenny Henry (pictured in 2007)
She has not disclosed how much she has gained but said she refuses to “hate herself” and is happy as long as she can keep walking.
The comedian began to lose weight dramatically in 2011 after her split from Lenny Henry, and in 2014 she revealed it was so she could have keyhole surgery for a secret hysterectomy following a cancer fear.
Speaking on the podcast alongside Jennifer Saunders, Dawn said, “I’ve gotten a whole barrel back, but you know what, I’m turning 63 this year, I don’t care, I really don’t, as long as I can walk.
“I’m not going to be stingy with myself anymore. I’ve never hated my body, even when I was very, very fat. I refuse to be forced to hate myself.
“I used to get really mad when I lost weight, people said, ‘You look so good,’ like you used to look awful – rewarding you for managing, which isn’t easy, I accept that. But I didn’t want people to approve of me. It’s so condescending.’
The comedian began losing weight in 2011 after speculation that she had undergone a gastric band or suffered from stress following her breakup with Lenny Henry.
In 2014, Dawn revealed the real reason behind her weight loss, saying she had to have a hysterectomy after a fear of cancer.
She said her doctor was convinced at the time that she had uterine cancer and although the results of a first biopsy were clear, he ordered a second, leading her to make the decision to have surgery to repair her uterus. remove.
Dawn was given the choice of having invasive surgery but opted for keyhole surgery instead and was told she would need to lose weight to ensure it was a success. She ended up losing 7.5th overall from her 19th frame.
Difficult: In 2014, Dawn revealed the real reason behind her weight loss, saying she had to have a hysterectomy after a fear of cancer (pictured in 2012)