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Redcon1 Founder Aaron Singerman’s Bond Revocation Hearing Cancelled

Aaron Singerman

While Awaiting Sentencing After Federal Guilty Plea, Singerman Can’t Drink, Must Attend Mental Health And Substance Abuse Programs…

BUI Arrest After Federal Guilty Plea Leads To Bond Modification.

Aaron Singerman
Aaron Singerman, courtesy Broward Sheriff’s Office.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Redcon1 Founder Aaron Singerman will remain free on bond as he awaits sentencing after pleading guilty to mislabeling and marketing nutritional supplements. Singerman entered a guilty plea last month on the eve of his federal trial. He faces more than a decade in federal prison.

Days after that federal plea, Singerman was arrested after allegedly crashing his Redcon1 boat into several docks in and around Deerfield Beach after leaving his new $6M home in Boca Raton’s “The Sanctuary.” He allegedly provided breath samples indicating that he was more than two times the legal limit. The Broward Sheriff’s Office arrested Singerman, who appeared to be banged-up, and charged him with BUI — boating under the influence.

RedCon1 Boat
Aaron Singerman allegedly crashed this boat multiple times before being arrested for BUI by Broward Sheriff’s Deputies.

That arrest could have derailed his plea agreement with federal prosecutors. He was set to attend a bond revocation hearing today. But Singerman’s attorneys reached a deal with federal prosecutors to permit Singerman to remain free on bond, in exchange for attending substance abuse and mental health programs. Read the complete agreement, below.

The bond modification agreement is not a “get out of jail free” card. Singerman still faces what could be ten years — or more — in federal prison once sentencing occurs. As we reported days ago, Aaron Singerman apparently does not feel remorse. He stated at the Redcon1 Holiday party — just held at Mar-A-Lago — that he wouldn’t do anything differently. Watch, below.

Aaron Singerman, at the Redcon1 Holiday Party at Mar-A-Lago. Watch the video.

Singerman’s bond modification agreement is below.



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