This was probably the best idea.
Lance Armstrong had plans to be interviewed under oath by the US Anti-Doping Agency in hopes to clean up the insanity behind how he doped his way to stardom, and to try to not get banned from cycling forever.
But after meeting his deadline today to let the USADA know if he was gonna see them — Armstrong decided that he didn't want to be interviewed.
Earlier this month, Lance Armstrong expressed that he wanted to testify under oath with the USADA, but after waiting around and not taking what he said seriously, he now has a deadline to meet!
The cyclist wanted to get together with the agency to cleanup his doping madness, and to hopefully be considered to not be banned from biking forever… but now, Armstrong doesn't even know he wants to meet with them anymore.
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Lance Armstrong just can't catch a break.
SCA Promotions, an insurance company in Dallas, Texas, is suing Lance over bonuses paid to him after winning the Tour de France.
The lawsuit said:
He must REALLY want to compete again!
The only problem is — can anyone ever trust him going forward??
Lance Armstrong apparently now WANTS to testify, under oath, before the USADA to see if he can get his lifetime ban reduced to
Okay, this is just getting ridiculous now. Either string him up or let him be.
Lance Armstrong is apparently at the center of a new federal criminal investigation.
Even though we just reported it seems like he's off the hook, it turns out that that might not be the case!
Lance Armstrong probably just breathed a sigh of relief for the first time in a very long time.
An attorney who was overseeing the federal investigation into Lance said that his public admission that he used performance-enhancing drugs doesn't change anything.
Making it into Madame Tussauds, the famous wax museum, is a great feat.
It means you're one of the top celebs in pop culture!
That honor belonged to Lance Armstrong.
Now that he's fallen into disgrace and admitted to cheating his way to his seven Tour de France wins, things are crumbling around Armstrong.
He will not be losing his wax figure, but his caption is being reworded at Madame Tussauds Hollywood to no longer reference his "seven world titles."