Goop Summit Attendees Feel Scammed, And the Sky is Blue

Goop Summit Attendees Feel Scammed, And the Sky is Blue

Can you believe more people are mad at Gwyneth? Enthusiastic recommender of such fine ideas like sticking a jade egg up the vagina, bee-sting therapy, and using essences that may cure depression, all of which were deemed so dangerous she was fined $145,000 for misleading customers?

Attendees of her recent UK Goop summit are reportedly furious that they paid $5,700 for tickets after realizing the actress is an “extortionist” and “pretentious,” Page Six reports. The event, which included fireside chats with celebrities like Twiggy, a workout with Tracy Anderson, and tips on how to hydrate (what) with a soundbath (what, what?) apparently included very little of Paltrow, who was surrounded by security. Those attending also booked hotels through Goop at $1,300 a night despite the fact that the rooms start at $250 a night.

“Gwyneth acts like she’s a health goddess, but actually she’s a pretentious, greedy extortionist,” an attendee told Page Six, calling her “unapproachable.” I can’t believe someone paid $5,700 to realize that.

Update, 3:17 P.M.: A representative for Goop writes in a statement:

The overwhelming response to our London Summit was incredibly positive. It should be noted that the actual value of the weekend package was over $8000. The cost included a hotel suite (valued at $1600) and a gift bag valued at $3000, among other items. During the event, Gwyneth opened the day, conducted three fireside chats (almost half of the day’s panels) and hosted a workout and Q & A the next day.

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