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Felon Aaron Singerman, RedCon1 Founder, Makes Stunning Comment At Mar-A-Lago Party

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Is Shocking Video Christmas Gift For Department of Justice? Singerman Faces Decade In Prison, Shows No Remorse During Holiday Party.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Watch, Listen To Aaron Singerman At Mar-A-Lago.

BY: NEWS DESK | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Redcon1 Founder Aaron Singerman, facing more than a decade in prison after pleading guilty to federal charges of mislabeling and marketing illegal nutritional supplements, told a crowd of Redcon1 workers at a holiday party that he has no remorse for his actions that could have harmed the public.

Redcon1’s holiday party took place this week at Mar-A-Lago, the Palm Beach resort owned by former president Donald Trump.

“So the truth is,” said Singerman, ”I wouldn’t do anything differently.”

The stunning comments come just days before Singerman faces a federal bond revocation hearing following his arrest for ”boating under the influence” in Broward County — an arrest that occurred just days after he plead guilty to federal charges on the eve of trial.

Aaron Singerman
Aaron Singerman, courtesy Broward Sheriff’s Office, following arrest for Boating Under the Influence in November, 2021.

Singerman’s comments, made with wife Darielle by his side, were captured on video. BocaNewsNow.com is publishing the video, below.

RedCon1 Boat
Singerman’s Redcon1 boat, as seen outside his new $6M home in The Sanctuary in Boca Raton.

Sentencing guidelines indicate that Aaron Singerman faces more than a decade in prison when sentencing occurs. His plea deal with prosecutors could have resulted in a shorter sentence, but his subsequent arrest for BUI — and then the comments at his Redcon1 holiday party — could result in a longer federal lockup.

His days of freedom may also come to an end in just days. A hearing for bond revocation, apparently instigated by his BUI arrest in Broward County, is set for December 29th.

Aaron Singerman at Redcon1 holiday party, following his federal guilty plea. Despite facing a decade or more in prison, Singerman tells Redcon1 employees that he wouldn’t do anything differently.

Singerman owned a home in West Delray Beach’s Seven Bridges until weeks ago. He now owns a $6M home in “The Sanctuary” in Boca Raton.

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