'Betrayed' consumers sue after buying Lance Armstrong books1/24/2013
Thought Armstrong's books getting banished to the fiction section was embarrassing? Now book buyers are suing to get their money back. Rob Stutzman, who once served as Arnold Schwarzenegger's deputy chief of staff, and chef Jonathan Wheeler have filed a class-action suit in Sacramento against Armstrong and his publishers. The two say they felt "duped," "cheated" and "betrayed" after Armstrong's big reveal on Oprah, which they said made a mockery of the inspiration they'd experienced after reading "It's Not About the Bike" and "Every Second Counts." Not only did they internalize every word of Armstrong's lies, they also touted and gifted the books to friends like gospel. Sheryl Crow's "honesty's the best policy" concept is turning out to be mighty expensive. [Source]
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