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Tony Bosch taken into custody after surrendering to the DEA

Tony Bosch, founder of the South Florida clinic called Biogenesis, was taken into custody after surrendering to the DEA on Tuesday morning. Tony Bosch, founder of the South Florida clinic called Biogenesis, was taken into custody after surrendering to the DEA on Tuesday morning.

 

Tony Bosch, founder of the South Florida clinic called Biogenesis, was taken into custody after surrendering to the DEA on Tuesday morning. It was one-year ago that 13 MLB players were suspended for their involvement with the clinic because of and related to performance-enhancing drugs. In all, 17 players were taken down at some point with suspensions related to drugs tied to Biogenesis. Bosch reportedly was also supplying high school athletes with performance enhancing substances as well.

Bosch will plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute anabolic steroids and faces up to 10 years in prison though reports say that is "highly unlikely."

 

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