Lance Armstrong Sued By Readers Of His Books In Wake Of Doping Confession

Lance Armstrong Sued By Readers Of His Books In Wake Of Doping Confession
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Lance Armstrong really can’t catch a break… but can we really feel bad for him at this point? It seems as though the disgraced cyclist now has a couple of angry readers on his hands!

E! News has obtained a class action lawsuit filed against Lance by two individuals who had purchased and read Armstrong’s books, “It’s Not About the Bike” and “Every Second Counts.”

According to the suit, they “would not have purchased the books had they known the true facts concerning Armstrong’s misconduct and his admitted involvement in a sports doping scandal.”

Armstrong and several publishers are also being accused of fraud and false advertising!

I mean after all… Armstrong did deny ever using banned substances in those books.

Armstrong’s representatives have yet to comment.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

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