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Image of O’Leary with gummies is altered

The ad uses an altered promotional image that shows O’Leary and two women holding up large packages of CBD gummies.

The original unaltered photo didn’t contain any CBD gummies. It was taken outside of a Wine & Design paint-and-sip store. The franchise’s headquarters posted the image to Twitter on July 17, 2017.

Shark Tank Scam Alert

CBD gummies in ad have no relation to ‘Shark Tank’ investors or contestants

The claim is this: Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary invested in CBD gummies created by contestants Donna and Rosy Khalife

A viral scam is falsely claiming the approval of “Shark Tank’s” Mr. Wonderful, Kevin O’Leary, to sell a CBD supplement.

The advertisement, masking itself as a news article, details how entrepreneurs Donna and Rosy Khalife earned a historic $2.5 million deal with all six investors on ABC’s “Shark Tank.” 

“Apparently the Khalife sisters have invented a new Keoni CBD Gummies formula that can stop Nicotine Cravings instantly & for good,” it claims. 

The website has a logo that reads Entertainment Today Insider News but all attempts to navigate the site lead to a sales page for the gummies.

Though he is not explicitly named, O’Leary’s photos are used prominently in the ad.

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