That lawsuit was settled in 2013 when Cytosport agreed to pay over $5 million to settle the case. I drink one a day. Since that time, other than the January 2015 lawsuit, there have been no other lawsuits or FDA warnings against the company. The lead plaintiffs are represented Trenton R. Kashima and Jason J. Thompson of Sommers Schwartz PC, Jeffrey R. Krinsk of Finkelstein & Krinsk LLP and Nick Suciu III of Barbat Mansour & Suciu PLLC. add. I used this in college and they took it out because of these claims. Have purchased these products. Consumers read these labels to determine which product to buy. Greed. Please Add me. I buy muscle milk for my grandson, he is an athlete. Please add me. I have used muscle milk for years. I bought these products because of the lean lipoid And the l glutamine specifically. Purchasers of certain CytoSport/Muscle Milk Protein Ready-To-Drink Shake and Muscle Milk Protein Powder products have sued CytoSport, Inc. (“Defendant”), alleging that it made false and misleading statements about the protein content of the Ready-To-Drink products and allegedly misleading “Lean” … Thought this was good product, used this product to help me recover from surgery, however, sad to know that it does not have adequate ingredients that is required for my recovery. So tired of companies lying. Was a regular user, both my husband and I. . Add me Please! I have been been drinking it for years. | Legal Notice | Contact Us. After buying him the huge container of the powder, he tried to carry it through the inspection lines at the airport. Add me. Add me please have been buying this for quite some time. Class Members without proof of purchase can make the same claims, but can only up to $25. Did not keep receipts, Yes I used muscle milk for working out, I did not have receipts, I bought singles twice a week for 16 to 20 weeks. There was a previous issue because of the prominence of the word MILK while not being milk. Please add me. According to the class action, they made false and misleading statements about the protein content of its Ready-To-Drink products and allegedly misleading “Lean” and “L-Glutamine” claims on its Protein … Could you add me please? I think you need to clarify the â$3.8â the attorneys have been paid… then you need to question why purchasers only receive $1 per carton/bottle of MuscleMilk… then update us if the sinister attorneys release any of their $3.8 million in compensation to incorporate into the payback program to consumers. Please add me. Always bought these for my son. Add me for sure! The products at issue allegedly included Muscle Milk: Lean Muscle Protein Powder, Muscle Milk Light: Lean Muscle Protein Powder, Muscle Milk Naturals: Natureâs Ultimate Lean Muscle Protein, and others. I too would like to throw my name in for the class action lawsuit, I have been buying this product for quite some time now. Please add me – I buy these all the time. at my age I use this for protien 76 for years for years. Add me. Canât these companies just tell the truth? Thereâs two full containers in the cabinet now. Please add me. However, the plaintiffs say that the substance could not be found in âany appreciable amountâ in the products. âAfter a hard-fought litigation including multiple rounds of written discovery, depositions, expert discovery, extensive motion practice, and two rounds of mediations, Plaintiffs and Defendant reached a Settlement,â states the plaintiffsâ motion for preliminary approval of the settlement. Please add me. And come to find out its labeled wrong. I have bought this product many of times for my husband and I. Add me to this suit ty, I have purchased muscle milk for years and Iâm so disappointed in hearing this. I feel like I’ve now also misled clients. CytoSport’s claimed that its products may contain the metals, but they were safe to consume. Canât believe they thought heâd try to smuggle something, in such a huge, obvious, container. I been using this product for years add me valerie Mcelroy.