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Hair Don't? Alyssa Milano Chops Locks Amid Claims Product She Endorsed Causes Balding

Alyssa Milano Short Haircut Chaz Dean Haircare Lawsuit
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Dec. 23 2015, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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Alyssa Milano has debuted a much shorter haircut, as the former spokesperson for Chaz Dean's controversial haircare products is being dragged into a messy lawsuit involving the product, has learned.

Over the weekend, Milano, 42, revealed the adorable pixie cut, and said in a Instagram post, "Short hair don't care."

In a separate posting, she thanked her glam squad for the new look, "My glam squad, but most importantly, my sweet friends. I love you @scottpatric and @linhhair."

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As reported, the former Charmed star was formerly a spokesperson for Chaz Dean, and appeared in a promotional infomercial endorsing his haircare products, which are now the focus of a lawsuit.

The suit, filed in California Federal Court by Dallas attorney Amy Davis on behalf of more than 200 plaintiffs, includes graphic pictures of women with significant hair loss and bald spots they claim Dean's products caused.

Sources connected to the situation told, "As part of the ongoing mediation process, the plaintiffs will seek to learn how much money celebrities were paid to endorse Chaz's products. Were any of the celebrities aware of the complaints and lawsuits filed against Chaz?"

The legal proceedings were recently temporarily suspended by a federal judge, as lawyers for both sides agreed to attempt to reach a settlement through mediation.

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According to court documents obtained by, "The parties, by counsel, hereby apprise the Court that they have agreed upon a framework for the exchange of evaluation-critical information and to otherwise mediate the claims of each Plaintiff as expeditiously and efficiently as possible."

Among the plaintiffs are parents suing on behalf of their children, who they say have suffered damage to their scalps.

Dean has denied the products are faulty.

Milano's publicist didn't immediately respond to request for comment.



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