Jodie Marsh only unveiled her new range of bodybuilding supplements last week but she's already come under fire after it was discovered that one of the products in the jstJodie line contains a substance banned for professional athletes.
The performance-boosting ingredient in Rage212 contains - and here's the science bit - 24mg of 1,3-dimethylamylamine as well as 150mg of caffeine per serving.
As a professional bodybuilder it means Jodie can't use one of her own products.
The release of the muscle-building supplements coincides with her new show, Brawn In The USA, which is due to air on the DMAX channel from Wednesday.
Speaking about the programme, she tweeted last week: “I cannot describe how excited I am for everyone to see my new show. I'm so proud of what I've achieved & so grateful to all who helped me x”
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