Mary Berry has been left furious after rogue traders refused to stop selling cannabis oil products using her name and image, despite pleas.
The former Bake-Off cook said she was “appalled” to be associated with the extract.
Mary first discovered that the phoney traders were using her name after she was made aware of adverts that appeared on Facebook last month.
The products were being flogged at rip-off prices of up to £200 amid claims that they had helped Mary stay fit.
Much to Mary’s dismay, despite attempts by her lawyers to get them taken down, they have still been spotted on the site.
A new message on the 84-year-old’s website says: “Mary has been upset to learn companies are still using her image to advertise products like skin cream without permission.
“Please be aware these are not genuine endorsements and Mary is not affiliated with the sellers.
“We’d advise people not to click on the links or buy these products.
The statement went on to ask followers to report dodgy adverts to Facebook if they came across any.
CBD is a natural compound found in cannabis and hemp, which is not responsible for causing a high.
It is used for positive health benefits such as treating anxiety and depression.
But advertisements for one company promised would-be users it would “prevent or alleviate all health problems”, claiming it was what kept Mary in such good nick.
In an urgent message posted last month, her advisors warned fans to be extremely wary of the dishonest benefits.
“We’d like to thank all of Mary’s supporters who have got in touch with us to make us aware of these dishonest adverts.
“We extend our sympathies to anyone that has been adversely affected by these companies.
“Our lawyers are working to get these adverts removed.”