Online advertisements claimed that allegations "were confirmed" against Mayim Bialik. Clicking the ones advertisements caused fake CBD gummies endorsements that featured her photo and likeness. But there have been no allegations and she in no way encouraged any CBD gummies products.
Online ads claimed that allegations "had been confirmed" against Mayim Bialik. Clicking those ads led to fake CBD gummies endorsements that featured her image and likeness. But there were no allegations and she never endorsed any CBD gummies products. https://t.co/VSkTRiaaw1
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