For nearly two years Alex Rodriguez publicly and defiantly denied ever using banned substances from a Coral Gables anti-aging clinic.  He accused the MLB of of being on a “witch hunt” and continued fighting to clear his name.  Well it turns out that was all a facade because he admitted guilt to the DEA way back in January after they granted him immunity!

Shay Marie

The Miami Herald reviewed a 15-page synopsis of Rodriguez’s meeting with the feds, which took place on Jan 29, 2014.

According to a written “report of investigation,” Rodriguez admitted paying Anthony Bosch(owner of clinic) roughly $12,000 a month for supplies of testosterone cream, lozenges laced with testosterone (aka “gummies”) and human growth hormone injections.

“Rodriguez injected the HGH into his stomach,” the DEA report stated.

Rodriguez also described how Bosch gave the ballplayer “tips on how to beat MLB’s drug testing,”.  He also admitted that his cousin, Yuri Sucart, was his steroid go-fer.

When it was over, Rodriguez emerged from the Weston, Fla., conference room with his New York criminal defense lawyer, and has stood by his denials to this day.

Rodriguez’s statements were used to fortify the case against Bosch who has since pleaded guilty along with three other people in his network of suppliers.

Rodriguez’ 162-game suspension is now complete.