CLAIM: BLOOD ALCOHOL .236 and .249. LEGAL LIMIT IS .08.
ARREST JUST DAYS AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO FEDERAL FELONIES. FACES TEN YEARS IN PRISON FOR MISLABELING NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS, MORE.
BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — RedCon1 Founder Aaron Singerman was nearly three times the legal limit for breath alcohol content after he crashed a boat multiple times in Broward County, according to an arrest report obtained by BocaNewsNow.com.
The report reveals that Singerman provided breath samples of .236 and .249 after crashing the boat in the late night hours of November 22nd. He was booked into jail at 2:53 AM on November 23rd.
“(Deputies responded in reference to) a boat smashing into parked boats and also struck a dock. The complainant told 911 dispatcher that the boat was spinning in circles (and) driving recklessly” stated the police report. “(The Deputy) observed an open container of Rum that was on the seat of the boat, the container was completely consumed.” Read the complete police report, below.
The latest arrest appears to negate claims made by RedCon1’s attorney who told BocaNewsNow.com last year that Singerman enjoys a “close relationship” with police officers throughout the community who will always protect him. That claim was made after we published this photo of Singerman posing with a Delray Beach Police Sgt. who granted him access to the Department’s back office following his federal indictment. The photo, ironically, was released as part of a RedCon1 media campaign.
Singerman’s Broward County arrest came just days after he plead guilty to two federal felonies relating to the mislabeling of nutritional supplements. Indicted on multiple counts in 2019, the plea deal was made on the eve of his federal trial. Singerman, as part of the deal, still faces a decade in prison. Sentencing is expected early next year.
The multimillionaire founder of fitness company RedCon1, Singerman lists his home address on the arrest report as a $2M home in the West Delray Beach community of Seven Bridges. His wife, Darielle, lists her home address on a bond report as a $6M home in The Sanctuary in Boca Raton. That sale closed in October.
It was not immediately clear what role, if any, the two homes will play in restitution that may be ordered by the United States Department of Justice.
Read the complete arrest report, below. No court dates are yet scheduled for the BUI arrest.
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