Is Scarlett Moffatt’s fitness DVD a SHAM? Gogglebox favourite Scarlett Moffatt might have landed herself in hot water as she finds herself accused of lying about how she lost weight for her fitness DVD back on 2016.
The Saturday Night Takeaway lost an impressive three stone and five dress sizes when she brought out her Superslim Me DVD back in 2016. At the time Scarlett credited her workout DVD for her weight loss, however The Sun is now claiming that she lied about how she lost the weight.
According to the publication, Scarlett attended a strict fitness camp in Switzerland where she allegedly worked out for six hours per day and consumed just 700 calories per day in order to drop from the size 18 to a size 8.
The report also claims that Scarlett could be made to pay back £100,000 from her DVD deal because it apparently stipulated that she must keep the weight off for a full year after the release of the DVD.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “The DVD is a sham really. There is no mention of the boot camp where she was climbing mountains and exercising for six hours a day.
“Scarlett is one of the most popular young women on TV – a real girl-next-door figure. The DVD gave fans an unrealistic portrayal of how she lost weight.
“She was really struggling and finding it hard to cope. She was on a starvation diet, exercising way too hard and not eating enough. She was being pushed to breaking point.”
The publication also claims to have seen messages sent by Scarlett, where she complains about feeling under pressure to lose weight.
A spokesperson for Scarlett said: “She did go to a boot camp and it was a horrid experience.
“She had to weigh herself every day and was put on a very low-calorie diet – but she categorically did not take any pills.”