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Victor Bolden Jr. Fails Drug Test & Blames Supplement Company

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NFL player Victor Bolden Jr. has failed a drug test for Ostarine and is now suing its manufacturer Rogue Nutrition. Their creatine product “Trident Creatine” supposedly contains Ostarine which is a banned substance in the NFL. Osterine is a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM). Victor Bolden Jr. says he started taking Trident Creatine in February and the next month, he tested positive for Ostarine and the NFL suspended him! The suspension cost him 25% of his 2018 salary. In his lawsuit, Bolden claims he had the Creatine tested at the Sports Medicine Research and Testing Laboratory (SMRTL) and it showed the product did contain Ostarine! 

Not His First Failed A Drug Test
Victor Bolden Jr. tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in March 2018 and was suspended by the NFL for the first 4 games of the 2018 season. But Victor claims he's not a cheater, never intentionally took a banned substance and believes he can prove it was Rogue Nutrition that is to blame for this. He wants Rogue Nutrition to pay him back for his lost wages plus other damages (like lost endorsements and his tarnished reputation).