Baseball's all-time home run leader, Barry Bonds, has some explaining to do!
The athletes perjury trial has begun after pleading not guilty to four counts of lying to a grand jury when he said he never knowingly took performance-enhancing drugs and one count of obstruction of justice.
With each count carrying a five-year prison sentence, Bonds is in some BIG trouble and testimonies are stacking up against him.
The baseball players former close friend and one time business associate, Steve Hoskins, took the stand this past Wednesday and unleashed some pret-ty damaging details.
Under oath, he talked about Bonds anabolic steroid use and how he talked about it openly with his personal trainer!
Hoskins said Barry Bonds told him to "find out about this Winstrol steroid and its effect" and even instructed him to talk to his physician about the steroid.
He revealed he frequently saw Bonds' personal trainer, Greg Anderson, handling needles in the baseball players house and that during spring training in 2000 Bonds complained "his butt was sore from the injections (of steroids)."
Hoskins shared the noticeable changes in his friends physical size and that by 2003 it "seemed to be getting out of hand."
Bond's former buddy even shared a secret audio tape he recorded for the sake of showing Barry's father his son's steroid use.
During the tape, Barry's trainer and Hoskins seem to be discussing the baseball players steroid injections.
Ouch! Sounds like Bonds may be in trouble.
One of his ex-girlfriends is expected to take the stand soon to testify against the ball player and outline his steroid use as well.
We'll be sure to follow this trial as the testimonies continue.
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