Jennifer Zamparelli has hit out at a diet company for using her image without her consent.
The 2FM presenter revealed a diet pill company has been using her photo and fake quotes to promote their product.
Taking to Twitter the mum-of-two shared the image from a Facebook ad campaign.
“If anyone sees a post saying I am endorsing some diet pills please let me know,” she wrote.
“This is happening on Facebook without my consent or knowledge. I have NEVER or will NEVER take or endorse such a thing.”
If anyone sees a post saying I am endorsing some diet pills please let me know. This is happening on Facebook without my consent or knowledge. I have NEVER or will NEVER take or endorse such a thing pic.twitter.com/mtROTnEwfr
— Jennifer Zamparelli (@JenniferMaguire) May 13, 2020
It comes a year after RTÉ presenter Miriam O’Callaghan started legal action against Facebook for allowing fake ads to run using her image, without her consent.
The Prime Time host was being used to promote a skincare company, and took out a high court order against the social media site.
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