A Pennsylvania woman who was told her hair had turned blue by toner maker Eminem Tone deaf sued the company after claiming she lost money on the product.
A judge ruled Tuesday that the suit against the cosmetics maker was improper.
The lawsuit filed Monday in the Pennsylvania Superior Court of Common Pleas says that Eminem did not provide a remedy for plaintiff’s alleged damages and her lawsuit was without merit.
The lawsuit alleges that Emime is responsible for damages, including loss of income and business profits, due to plaintiff’s violation of the Pennsylvania False Claims Act, according to court documents.
Eminem denies any wrongdoing, according the court documents, and said in a statement that it had not knowingly made false claims in the past.
Emime did not immediately respond to a request for comment from ABC News.
Earlier this year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning about Eminem toners and urged consumers to keep them away from hair and other sensitive skin.
The FDA also said the product had “serious health hazards” and recommended it be avoided.ABC News’ John Grisham contributed to this report.