Sandra Bullock and Ellen DeGeneres are taking legal action against websites that are using their depiction without any of their permission.
The “Bird Box” actress Sandra Bullock and daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres both filed a lawsuit in the Los Angeles Superior Court on this Wednesday against John Does 1 through 100 because it’s still mysterious who is behind alleged deceit. Both stars have claimed that the websites have been spreading false affirmation, with fake ads that include both of them promoting anti-aging skincare and other beauty products of the company.
“The celebrity endorsement-theft business model is totally based on a scheme to trick consumers into acknowledging their debit card and/or credit card information in order to enroll them in worthy programs with undisclosed, or poorly disclosed, recurring bucks,” Sandra and Ellen said in the complaint, obtained by the outlet.
Even both added that the advertisement for the products “typically includes unsupported claims that the products will lead to a dramatic output.” In one of the advertisements, Sandra Bullock claimed, that it took a real picture of her appearing in the event of “Today” show to promote a film but was alloyed to become an affirmation for her “new skincare line.” Sandra Bullock has never had a skincare line.
Both Sandra Bullock and Ellen DeGeneres are seeking an embargo to block further advertisements and financial damages that are leading to both of them and are spoiling their publicity and renovation too.