Cellucor Brand Dietary Supplements

February 2016: The named plaintiff voluntarily dismissed this action. The reasons for the dismissal have not yet been disclosed.

January 2016: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Cellucor and Nutrabolt for, among other things, allegedly falsely marketing Cellucor dietary supplements – including Alpha Amino: Performance Aminos, NO3 Chrome: Nitric Oxide Pump Amplifier, CN3: Strength & Pump Amplifier, and C4: Pre-Workout Explosive – as able to increase strength, endurance, muscle mass, and overall performance, as well as able to be better absorbed by the body, without scientific evidence to support such claims. (Bobo et al v. Woodbolt Distribution, LLC d/b/a Cellucor and Nutrabolt, Case No. 16-cv-32, S. D. CA.)

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