The state of Texas has sued fitness-turned-Christianity influencer Brittany Dawn Davis over claims that her fitness plan program allegedly engaged in deceptive practices and negatively impacted customers with eating disorders.
Davis, a 30-year-old from Fort Worth, first started selling thousands of online fitness packages in 2014 after building her social media profile as a supposed healthy living expert through sharing photos of her body, her diet, and exercise tips.
When Davis returned to social media after a brief break, her audience slowly began to notice a difference in the kind of content she posted. Instead of focusing solely on fitness, her YouTube videos and Instagram posts began to mention Christianity. In November 2019, she addressed the change.
Davis first garnered thousands of followers for her diet and exercise content, but has not posted anything fitness-related on social media since 2019, when thousands of customers who bought personalized diet and exercise plans from her made their complaints public. 2b1af7f3a8