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Fired Jenny McCarthy offered $1 Million Again by Hollywood Quit Smoking Company

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Jenny McCarthy is in the news again today as she loses her hosting gig on the popular ABC TV Network talk show, The View. She went from being a famous playboy icon to working for a major network TV show to promoting a product called Blu e-Cigs which has become a popular product to people from youths to adults, but has now found herself jobless as her contract with Big Tobacco has expired. As she is probably sitting down with her lawyers, agent, and manager right now trying to figure out what the next step in her career will be, this may very well be the worst day of her life. She is loved and admired by many and though she has had good run in her career thus far, what will be next this blonde bombshell? She was offered $1 million to endorse a new product that helps people instead of leaving them addicted, but she turned down an impressive offer only a year earlier and I bet she is regretting that decision right now.

Amazingly enough the offer has reappeared, and not only has the cool million dollar offer been re-offered to Jenny, now there is a new added bonus. Craig Nabat, President of Los Angeles-based nicotine addition clinic, Freedom Laser Therapy has a seven-figure solution for Jenny’s imminent financial woes. According to Radar Online, Perez Hilton, and, on October 18th 2013, Nabat fired off a 3-page open letter to Jenny McCarthy urging the milfy sexpot to use her stardom to help people quit smoking – in lieu of keeping people hooked on nicotine. McCarthy famously became a shill for Big Tobacco’s Blu e-Cigs. Today, Nabat renewed his lucrative $1 million offer to endorse his invention, the all natural and nicotine-free Freedom Quit Smoking System, which was blown off by beauty- McCarthy. To sweeten the deal Craig pledges to Jenny, “I will donate $100,000 worth of Freedom Quit Smoking kits to the charity of your choice, if you simply agree to meet and discuss joining Freedom’s nationwide anti-smoking crusade to assist freeing the 42 million or 18 percent of American smokers from nicotine addition.”


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