In a trial that’s been overshadowed by the intense disgustingness of the Sandusky case, baseballer Roger Celmens was ALSO in a legal battle.
He was found not guilty, though, of lying to Congress about steroid use among MLB players.
All in all, he was up against one count of obstruction of Congress, three counts of making false statements and two counts of perjury. Things could have gotten bad for him quickly.
But, like we said, he was found NOT guilty on all counts, and is now a free man!
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