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The admission, if true, represents an about-turn for Rodriguez who has repeatedly denied the use of banned substances from the Miami-area Biogenesis clinic, even as he concluded last week a one-year suspension by Major League Baseball for violating the sport's doping program.
But speaking to federal authorities in January, Rodriguez, known in the baseball world as A-Rod, admitted to buying and using hormone-filled syringes and creams from the clinic, the Herald reported, citing a 15-page summary of the meeting.
Rodriguez has no plans to pay the woman any money, and instead will have his legal team handle the matter.
And by getting the story to TMZ in the first place, the woman’s story and claims have lost a lot more value because the “scandal” has already been exposed.
According to Hunter, their relationship actually picked up steam after he and J.
Lo hooked up." data-reactid="32", insisting that she and A-Rod had started dating all the way back in 2011 (when he was still romantically linked to Cameron Diaz) and that they’ve been in communication ever since.
I remember watching them on the red carpet one year at the Oscars while she was being interviewed.
He also drew criticism for his postseason struggles, and was suspended for the entire 2014 season for using performance-enhancing drugs.
A-Rod reportedly has been turning down the woman’s requests for money, but the latest is serious.
The woman — described more as a fling than serious — allegedly is threatening to release some private messages if Rodriguez doesn’t meet her compensation demands, which TMZ says is 0,000.
On paper, I guess, it’s an improvement over buying your backup dancer lover bear a truck for his birthday and building his career for him by making him the creative head of your tour. But, then again, I also don’t know if I ever want to see JLO doing this: It’s not that a woman shouldn’t feed a man. A man who sleeps beneath a portrait of himself as a centaur. How’s that going to look now with a retired athlete who has a monster ego?
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs in an interview with federal agents probing a Florida anti-aging clinic at the center of baseball's doping scandal, the Miami Herald reported on Wednesday.