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First Female 'Biggest Loser' Winner Speaks Out On Claims Against The Show's Methods

Earlier this year, “The Biggest Loser” came under fire when former contestants made allegations that the show pressured them to use drugs and forgo water in their televised quest to lose weight. Now, the first female winner of the weight loss competition is addressing those claims, and, as far as she’s concerned, it didn’t happen. As Ali Vincent tells “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” in this weekend’s upcoming interview, neither encouragement of drug use nor the pressure to avoid water occurred during her season ? and she has trouble believing these things occurred during any other seasons, either.
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