Michaels scolds the Los Angeles Times for publishing the article calling her a fraud, and plans on taking legal action if they do not retract the statements. The trainer says that she has two active certifications, one that never expires, and has developed her own continuing education program with sports medicine doctors.
They didn’t do any of their homework. They flat-out [lied]. It’s defamation, it’s libel, it’s full-on.
The newspaper publishes a correction stating the trainer’s credentials are up to date.