Kardashian Instagram Post Draws FDA Warning Letter

Kim Krdashian’s post on Instagram was over the line. That according to the FDA made a  formal warning letter made public today. The warning letter was in regards to a post July 20, 2015 about the benefits of the morning sickness drug Diclegis. The FDA said the post “fails to communicate any risk information.” Kardashian, who is expecting her second child with Kanye West in December, wrote that Diclegis helped her combat morning sickness and has “been studied and there was no increased risk to the baby.”

Today Diclegis admitted they paid Kardashian for the post and Kardashian says she will no longer accept payment for her posts on social media.

 

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Mike Tyson – $3,250 er tweet
Kendra Wilkenson – $7,800 per tweet
Khloe Kardashian – $13,000 per tweet
Paris Hiltion – $80,000 per tweet
Kim Kardashian – $200,000 pert tweet

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