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    Olivia Newton-John has warned her fans to be careful after scammers used her name to promote and sell Cannabidiol, a popular natural remedy better known as CBD oil.

    On Wednesday, the actress, 72, shared a post to Instagram urging her followers to report the ‘fraudulent’ website.

    She wrote: ‘FRAUD ALERT! It has come to our attention that there is a company online falsely promoting and selling a CBD oil they claim is “Olivia Newton-John’s CBD oil”.

    Scam: Olivia Newton-John (pictured) urged fans to be cautious on Wednesday after scammers used her name to ‘falsely promote and sell a CBD oil’

    ‘This is completely false and fraudulent so please do not take this site or product seriously as it is in noway endorsed, supported or used by Olivia Newton-John.’

    ‘Olivia does not promote ANY CBD oil products from any company – so don’t let them scam you!’

    ‘If you see them, or any other company claiming Olivia is promoting their product on your social media pages, please report them to the site you are on,’ she concluded.

    'This is completely false!' The actress shared a post to her Instagram, urging her followers to report the 'fraudulent' website

    ‘This is completely false!’ The actress shared a post to her Instagram, urging her followers to report the ‘fraudulent’ website

    Olivia’s warning comes after she gave fans a health update amid her battle with stage-four metastatic breast cancer.

    Last month, the Australian icon said she was ‘feeling great’ and enjoying self-isolation at her country estate in America during the coronavirus pandemic. 

    ‘I feel great and I’m so grateful I’m able to be in the countryside,’ she said on Channel Nine’s Today show.

    Health update: Olivia's warning comes after she gave her fans a health update amid her battle with stage-four metastatic breast cancer

    Health update: Olivia’s warning comes after she gave her fans a health update amid her battle with stage-four metastatic breast cancer

    ‘I feel so much for people stuck in cities or apartments, or alone. I know you’ve been going through a hard time in Australia,’ she added.

    ‘I have my animals and my husband. This has actually been one of the rare times in my whole life where I have been in one place for more than three weeks.’

    Olivia, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2017 and twice before in 1992 and 2013, has spent years lobbying the Australian government to approve the use of medicinal cannabis for cancer patients.

    However, she doesn’t sell or promote CBD oil made by external companies. 

    Health: Olivia, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2017 and twice before in 1992 and 2013, has spent years lobbying the Australian government to approve the use of medicinal cannabis for cancer patients

    Health: Olivia, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2017 and twice before in 1992 and 2013, has spent years lobbying the Australian government to approve the use of medicinal cannabis for cancer patients

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