Golfer Phil Mickelson has been cleared from one investigation regarding stock trading.
Mickelson was cleared from the investigation regarding the stocks of Clorox, which were presumed questionable. However, no evidence was found from this.
“I’ll continue to say, I haven’t done anything wrong,” Mickelson said after shooting a 70 in the first round of the U.S. Open on Thursday. “I’m willing to help out, love to help out any way on the investigation. So like I said before, with an investigation going on, I’m not going to comment any further on it. But I’ll continue to say that I’ve done absolutely nothing wrong.”
Mickelson, however, is still under investigation for his well-timed trading with Dean Foods, where he made a net amount of $1 million from. It would be the last investigation for the golfer to clear.