Aaron Singerman Arrest

Despite Aaron Singerman Arrest, Federal Plea, Boca Soccer To Keep Kids In RedCon1 Shirts

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Aaron Singerman Arrest
Aaron Singerman, courtesy Broward County Jail.

BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Aaron Singerman’s guilty plea to two federal felonies this week, followed by his arrest — also this week — for multiple “boating under the influence” charges, isn’t enough to stop young kids from wearing ”RedCon1” tee-shirts while they play soccer for the Soccer Association of Boca Raton.

In a tersely worded email from Larry Faerman, president of the soccer club, kids will continue to wear shirts with Redcon1’s logo. Redcon1 was founded by Aaron Singerman who faces more than a decade in federal prison and the potential of additional time due to his Broward County arrest on Tuesday.

“At the present time,” wrote Faerman to BocaNewsNow.com, “there is no action being taken by SABR.  Should additional information come to light that requires review, we will proceed accordingly.”

The Soccer Association of Boca Raton will continue to accept funds from Redcon1, despite founder Aaron Singerman’s guilty plea for federal felonies, and his arrest for BUI in Broward County.

Singerman entered a guilty plea to two federal felony charges on the eve of trial in U.S. District Court. As part of the deal, Singerman admitted to mislabeling nutritional supplements sold nationwide. He’ll be sentenced in the months ahead. Sentencing guidelines call for more than a decade in prison. But that deal was reached before his arrest for boating under the influence on Tuesday — that could decimate the deal. The BUI charges also indicate he either provided a breath sample of over .15 or had children on the vessel at the time of the crash. Florida uses one charge for both violations. The legal limit in Florida is .08.

Singerman, the founder of RedCon1, faces significant restitution and financial penalties for the federal offenses. He just purchased a $6M home “The Sanctuary” in Boca Raton, and continues to own a $2M home in Seven Bridges. It was not immediately clear which home will be “homesteaded” under Florida statute at the time he seals his deal with the feds.

Parents contacting BocaNewsNow.com say it is “inappropriate” and “offensive” that the Soccer Association of Boca Raton would continue to accept sponsorship money from Redcon1, and force children as young as six to wear the logo of a company founded and promoted by a federal felon.



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