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Aaron Singerman in Boating Accident

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Aaron Singerman, Founder & CEO of Redcon1, was involved in a boating accident yesterday in Deerfield Beach, Florida. As a result, Singerman was arrested on 4 charges, which include 1 count of Boating Under the Influence (BUI), 2 counts of Damage to Property or Person, as well as 1 count of BUI Accompanied by a Minor. As seen in the mug shot, Aaron does appear to have a minor injury to his forehead from the accident. Documents show that Aaron has been released on $1,700 bail already. We hope that no one was seriously injured and wish Aaron a fast recovery.

While being involved in a boating accident is not something anyone would ever want to be involved in, this comes at a rather inopportune time. Singerman, along with former business partner Phillip (“PJ”) Braun and Blackstone Labs, are in the middle of a lawsuit settlement, where court documents show they have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to sell anabolic steroids and unlawful dietary supplements. Obviously, we all know the FDA has a very broad definition for what they deem to be a steroid, SARM or dietary supplement. Aaron is a different person today than he was back in the Blackstone Labs days and the FDA has a much more clear guideline on what can and cannot be sold as a dietary supplement today than they did at the time when this all went down.

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SOURCE: Nick Trigili