Vitamin company says it isn't responsible for steroid contamination
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- The lawyer for Guillermo Coria told a jury Tuesday that the young tennis player lost two seasons, millions of dollars and his reputation because of "sloppy manufacturing" that tainted a multivitamin with a steroid.
Trace amounts of a steroid, not listed on the label, led to a mandatory suspension for Coria, lawyer Will Nystrom said.
"To make matters worse, Guillermo was branded as a cheater," Nystrom told an eight-person jury hearing Coria's case against Universal ...
Read full story