Sheryl Crow Snitched To The Feds About Lance Armstrong’s Doping


The New York Daily News is reporting that Lance Armstrong’s former fiance and Grammy award winning country artist Sheryl Crow provided information last year in the federal investigation into Armstrong’s reported doping.

Crow was interviewed by federal agents in late 2011.

Crow, who was once engaged to the tarnished cyclist, provided information last year in a far-reaching federal investigation into the doping programs that fueled her former fiancé’s victorious Tour de France teams, the Daily News has learned.

Federal agents interviewed the Grammy-winning musician in late 2011, just before a grand jury probe into Armstrong and his associates abruptly ended without any criminal charges being handed up.

Armstrong, now 40, has vowed he competed clean, but a tidal wave of inside information about doping conspiracies on his teams is now flooding into public view, testing the promise Armstrong issued last week in which he claimed he is finished answering questions about the matter.

Food and Drug Administration criminal investigator Jeff Novitzky, who helped lead the government’s investigation, declined to comment when asked about the feds’ interview with Crow. Lawyers for Armstrong did not respond to an email the Daily News sent Thursday afternoon seeking comment about Crow’s role in the investigation.

An attorney who advised the celebrated songwriter about cooperating with the investigation also declined to comment on the matter when the Daily News contacted him Thursday morning.

“I’m not going to comment one way or the other,” said the attorney, Jay Cooper, citing attorney-client privilege among the reasons he wouldn’t comment.

There is no concrete evidence that Crow provided incriminating evidence about Armstrong.

The two did have a bitter Seperation right around the time Crow was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Is she a former lover scorned.  Who knows.

This story will play out some more.

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  1. Glenn. Dude.
    Did you mean to say “separation” with one more “a” but without the capital?
    Did you mean to add a question mark after “scorned”?
    Is there a better way to write “play out some more”?
    There’s no “concrete evidence”? Is there evidence of any other kind? I thought not.
    You need a refund from your liberal arts education.

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