Canadian Dr. Anthony Galea is being investigated by federal authorities for supplying athletes with human-growth hormones and Tiger Woods is one of the athletes being questioned in the investigation.
Tiger's agent says:
"Tiger willingly spoke to the authorities and cooperated fully. It was confirmed that because he did nothing illegal, he is not the subject of any criminal investigation. Because there is an ongoing investigation involving others, there will be no further comment."
Alex Rodriguez was also questioned by MLB officials and also denied that Dr. Galea supplied him with performance-enhancing drugs.
Yet another shady doctor!!
Do U think Tiger and A-Rod took performance-enhancing drugs?
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Fat Joe was detained by police in Madison, Wisconsin last night after a 33-year-old woman told the authorities that the rapper and his entourage sexually assaulted her inside a Cadillac limo after his concert at the Orpheum Theater!
The Madison Police Department say the woman claims, "shortly after the concert had concluded … [the woman] found herself inside of a Cadillac Limousine with Joseph Cartagena and other male subjects all with the destination of a hotel located on Madison's west side."
Fat Joe was detained for questioning, but he was released early this morning.
[Image via Johnny Louis / WENN.]
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What's going on?
Lindsay Lohan's alcohol education program (Right On Program) has been served a subpoena to appear in court before Judge Marsha Revel after they wouldn't answer deputy district attorney Danette Meyers' questions.
An insider reveals:
"The program director cited privacy laws and wouldn't tell the District Attorney anything, which is very unusual because this has never happened before with any other defendant. These are court appointed programs and the prosecutor frequently calls to ask questions — and those questions are always answered.
"In a different program last year, Lindsay had frequent attendance issues. At the beginning of the year, when she switched to Right On, she had no attendance problems at all. That doesn't necessarily mean that anything is amiss, but when the D.A. was shut down on the telephone by the program director, she decided to have them served with subpoenas so they will be required to testify under oath."
Hmmm…sounds suspicious to us!
What do U think?
Tags: alcohol, attendance, court, d.a. danette meyers, judge marsha revel, questioning, right on program