Woman Claims LeBron James Linked to A-Rod’s Steroid Clinic
There are a lot of people in and out of media who have an issue with Incarcerated Bob. They don’t like the reports stories and they claim, he puts out a lot of false rumors.
However you personally may feel about the man, if he has someone willing to go on record claiming Lebron was involved with the steroid clinic, that among others, have gotten Alex Rodriguez in trouble, you at least need to hear him out. If we have learned anything over the years, is that we can’t trust anyone in regard to steroids.
Incarcerated Bob : What names stood out to you ?
Jessica : LJ, JN, Francisco, Cruz ..
Incarcerated Bob : These were the name that you just had and were told to put in the books ?
Jessica : Yes.
Incarcerated Bob : How did that work, money would come in ? Did Mr Bosch tell you to put some initials in the books ?
Jessica : Yes. Like LJ, someone named Mr Paul would come in and Mr Bosch would give a check to put in the book LJ as being “payed for the month”.
Our guest added later that this Mr Paul came every month, once a month, taking products for LJ. She told IBN Sports Wrap that Mr Paul was a friend of LeBron James and what we know for sure is that one of LJB’s closest friend AND agent is Rich Paul. She also pointed out that some of her coworkers were 100% sure that Lebron James was a client of the institute and was the LJ in question.
What does this all mean?
The source is shaky, how do we know Jessica really worked at the clinic would be my first question. For all we know, she could be making the entire thing up, for her 15 minutes of fame. What evidence does she personally have to back up this story about Mr. Paul, besides her memory?
Secondly, if Lebron was involved, I get the feeling we would already know. It would be the biggest story of the year and enough people have sniff around the steroid clinic, that is Rich Paul had been there, we would have known by now.
Does that mean the young lady is lying, can’t say 100% sure, but before anyone starts accusing of the King of truly being Bane, we would need a little more solid evidence. Wouldn’t surprise me either way, but I still believe in innocent until proven guilty, unless the circumstantial evidence is really strong.
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