Sleepwalker Shot Contains Deadly Chemical Phenibut – Class Action Lawsuit Alleges

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The Sleepwalker Shot, manufactured by Evol Nutrition Associates, Inc., was charged in a class action lawsuit alleging that the company sold products that the FDA disapproves of.

The lead plaintiff, Duane Womack, filed the class action lawsuit against Evol Nutrition Associates Inc. on March 24, 2021, in a New York federal court.

Evol Nutrition Associates, Inc. does its business under Georgia company, Red Dawn Energy and the Sleepwalker Shot.

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The class action lawsuit asserts that the company sold products that contained ingredients unauthorized by the FDA.

In particular, the class action lawsuit questions the products sold under the Sleep Walker and the Red Dawn Liquid line because they might contain potential serious health risks for customers.

Here are some of the complaints the USA Herald has received from consumers since running our first article:

“My mother had a massive brain bleed on October 31, 2020. She was left severely disabled and has just recently regained the ability to coherently explain to me that she had been taking some supplement called “Sleepwalker” she bought at a convenience store. She says she had become addicted and had to take more and more. I just googled “sleepwalker” and came across your article by Catherine Davis, published January 10,2020. She suffered the equivalent of a massive stroke that should have killed her and left her with right side paralysis, expressive aphasia, 3 weeks in ICU and 6 months in nursing care. These pills need to be taken off the market.” – Madison P.