The company behind Vagina Pearls that aims to get rid of soul ties, sex demons, and old lovers is facing a class action lawsuit after users claimed it doesn’t work.

A Florida company is in trouble after users of its product claim that they’re a predatory company, and made false claims.

Goddex Detox says their product helps cleanse the vagina of things like odors, dryness, and menstrual cramping.

But users are saying Goddess Detox made false claims in advertising when they stated that the product would help rid of exes bad energies.

They filed for a class action lawsuit on Friday in Broward county Florida.

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Canadian authorities banned the sale of their $33 “herbal vaginal suppositories” last year which Goddess Detox claimed had an ability to remove “the old stagnant energy of an ex-lover’ which could be preventing ‘blood flow in the uterus.”

Court documents show that the prosecution will argue that the detox was in itself illegal because it lacked FDA approval.

The suit states:

‘The product’s labeling, marketing and advertising contained on the packaging and on defendant’s website are false, deceptive and misleading because the product is not safe and because the product cannot provide the claimed benefits.”

Goddess Detox is run by a woman named Vanessa White, also known as Olanikee Osi.

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Her company came under criticism last year when it was described as “Very predatory” by gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter in an interview with CBC.

Gunter told the network:

“I think there’s a lot of this sort of false idea about what the normal vagina should be like. You don’t need to detox … anything at all. There’s nothing in your reproductive tract that needs to be detoxed. Your whole body, you’ve got liver and kidneys — they take care of that.”

 

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Updated: February 11, 2020 — 12:56 pm

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