A Texas woman is facing federal charges for allegedly selling toxic diet pills to Michigan customers. Judith Holloway sold a toxic drug known as DNP online to Michigan residents.
She was indicted by a grand jury on five counts of introduction of a new drug into interstate commerce in addition to seven counts of introduction of a misbranded drug.
The drug is highly toxic and was declared extremely dangerous by the Food and Drug Administration.
Back in 2018, Holloway allegedly sold the toxic diet pills to Michigan customers on eBay.
DNP is known to cause cataracts, liver damage and sometimes death.
Holloway is set to appear before a federal judge April in Bay City.