A putative class action filed in a federal court in New York alleges that a reality TV personality who was once one of Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends promotes a General Nutrition Corp. dietary supplement that does not, as advertised, cause weight loss. Karhu v. Corr-Jensen Inc., No. 13-3583 (U.S. Dist. Ct., E.D.N.Y., filed June 25 2013). According to a news source, plaintiff Adam Karhu claims that the defendants’ “Abdominal Cuts” supplements are marketed with claims that they target fats in the midsection and thighs, will reduce body fat percentage by 3.1 percent, enhance lean tissue, and amplify metabolism. The complaint asserts against the manufacturer, retailer and “Girls Next Door” star Kendra Wilkinson that “[e]ach of these representations is false and misleading.” He apparently alleges violations of the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act, breach of express and implied warranties, unjust enrichment, and consumer law violations. The plaintiff previously filed an action under the Magnuson Moss Act against a company that makes sports supplements in a Florida federal court. See Courthouse News Service, June 27, 2013.