Diamond CBD Sued in Florida Class Action for Lying About CBD Content

Experts say a recent class-action lawsuit filed in Florida signals a growing need for more stringent regulation and enforcement of the hemp and CBD industries in the state. The suit alleges the Fort Lauderdale company Diamond CBD and the Denver-based First Capital Venture Co. misrepresented the amount of CBD in their products.

The lawsuit, filed September 27 by Miamian Kathryn Potter, says Potter purchased $119.97 worth of CBD gummies from Diamond CBD’s website, which purported that each product contained anywhere from 150 mg to 550 mg of CBD, short for “cannabidiol.”

The suit claims the actual amount in at least one of those products was far less, although it does not explain how the actual amount was determined.

“[T]he CBD industry has quickly become a billion-dollar-plus industry,” the lawsuit states. “Unfortunately, as is often the case with emerging industries subject to minimal regulation, the CBD market is ripe for exploitation by unscrupulous businesses, and it has been compared to the ‘Wild West.'”

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