The 2010 Masters golf tournament is this week and the topic surrounding Tiger Woods wasn’t sex, but HGH.
Tiger Woods stated Monday that his agent was contacted by federal agents investigating Canadian medical doctor Anthony Galea.
Woods is among a group of athlete treated by Galea, who is under investigation in Canada and the United States.
“Full cooperation, whenever they need me, but as of right now they have not asked for my time,” Woods said Monday at his news conference at Augusta National.
Galea is facing four drug-related charges in Canada, including a federal grand jury investigation in the U.S. after his assistant was arrested at the U.S.-Canada border with HGH.
Woods said he never received performance-enhancing drugs from the doctor.
“He never gave me HGH or any PEDs [performance-enhancing drugs],” Woods said. “I have never taken any of those. I’ve never taken any illegal drug, ever, for that matter.”
Tiger better be telling the truth or else he’s going to dive head first right back into the scandal end of the swimming pool. The media has a way of uncovering things, so if he’s lying he’ll pay for it soon enough.
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