"If your bowel movements get sluggish, you can accelerate things by drinking half a cup of castor oil or using a mild herbal laxative," the New York Daily News quoted Gwyneth, as stating on Goop.com. However, Hearon has lashed out at the Iron Man actress, saying that she lacks creativity and innovation, as her website is a mere imitation of her The WeekblyBeet.com.
"This is pretty scandalous. People deserve to know [Paltrow's] idea isn't her own or creative, for that matter! . . . A few years ago, I had e-mailed Gwyneth''s best friend . . . when I was living in London (developing The Weekly Beet, which I started in 2004). I asked her to e-mail Gwyneth The Beet because I was excited for her to read it since she was one of the few celebs into alternative medicine," Hearon stated on her Facebook page.
"The way she(Gwyneth) treated me was so scary! She was sooooooo nasty to me, it was scandalous! [Husband] Chris [Martin], the utmost gentleman, stood to shake my hand, but she smirked and was silent when I asked how her dinner was . . . I never thought in a million years she'd . . . create her own site very similar to The Weekly Beet . . . [Goop has] the therapies I've tried, the foods I love, the detoxes that work! A lot of the same stuff!" Hearon added.
However, Hearon's allegations are lacking authenticity, as the sites have very less similarity. "She's never even heard of [Hearon]. This is ridiculous," a pal of Gwyneth's said. On the other hand, Gwyneth's representative declined to comment on the issue.
New York (ANI): Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow's hedonistic website Goop.com, which gives information about her fitness regimen, has been slammed by a journalist and holistic website founder Mary Kate Hearon, who says that the actress website is an imitation of her TheWeeklyBeet.com. Paltrow's site has posts by her in which she gives advices about how to dress, cook and detoxify.