Jessica Alba has released a statement to respond to the $5 million lawsuit filed against her business, The Honest Company.
A man is suing the company for “deceptively and misleadingly” labeling products because he claims the products contain synthetic ingredients despite being labeled “natural.”
“Seven years ago, when I was pregnant with my first daughter, I was frustrated by the lack of healthy and safe product options for me and my new family,” Jessica started off her statement (via Pret-a-Reporter). In fact, prior to launching The Honest Company, I began lobbying Congress to require that ingredients used in everyday products are tested for safety prior to entry into the marketplace.”
“I started The Honest Company to develop safe and effective products not just for my children, but for families everywhere. I am very proud that we have built this company into an industry leader focused on using natural ingredients and developing products that people love,” she continued.
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Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander pose at a photo call for their movie The Danish Girl held during the 2015 Venice Film Festival on Saturday (September 5) at Palazzo del Casino in Venice, Italy.
The actors were joined by their co-stars Amber Heard and Matthias Schoenaerts, as well as director Tom Hooper.
The film is receiving some excellent reviews at the festival and Alicia‘s awards season chances just shot up.
“The surprise of The Danish Girl is that it’s as much Vikander’s showcase as it is Redmayne’s,” Variety said. “Toggling sensuality and sensitivity, with a latent streak of anger throughout, Vikander plays her half beautifully… it’s the stuff that best actress campaigns are built upon.”
FYI: Alicia is wearing a Louis Vuitton dress.
Tim Tebow has been released from the Philadelphia Eagles after being signed by the team back in April.
The 28-year-old football player, who won the Heisman Trophy back in 2007, was hoping to secure a position as the third-string quarterback on the team, but he didn’t make it onto the final roster, according to ESPN.
The two quarterback spots went to Sam Bradford and Mark Sanchez and the team is reportedly looking elsewhere to fill the third spot.
Tim was a first-round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft and he played with the Denver Broncos for two seasons. He has not started a game since then after being traded to the New York Jets in 2012 and signing with the New England Patriots the year after. He has been on a two year break from football, which unfortunately might end up lasting longer.