So, the breaking news today is that Heidi Diaz, aka Kimmer, tried to throw a monkey wrench into the fraud lawsuit she's facing by posing as a person "in the know" on Low Carb Friends (LCF)'s Fascination with Kimmer thread a few days ago. Posing as "Martina's Martini" and using the same IP address as Heidi's, Martina tried to distract the Ducks by dropping a few pitiful innuendos that there might be a traitor in the flock. But, Martina vanished almost as soon as she appeared, sensing that the Duck squad can't be so easily distracted.
So, I've gotta ask, seriously, Heidi, is that ALL you've got? Is that your best effort to stop the tide of truth that threatens to wash over you? Really?
Pitiful. Just pitiful!
It would seem that Heidi's considerable lying skills are failing her just when she needs them most. Don't you just love it when that happens?
For years, Heidi, masquerading under the name Kimmer, has been a fixture in the low carb community, trying to sell people on her diet - Kimkins - and finally lucked up on some major success last June when the diet hit the pages of Woman's World and exploded Heidi's bank account to the tune of $1-2 million bucks.
The problem? It was all based on lies and faked success stories. The few real success stories from Kimkins have since retracted their support of the diet, after experiencing health problems related to starvation and malnutrition.
Heidi, face it: You're running on borrowed time. The fat lady is getting ready to sing, and oh what a great tune she'll belt out!