Redcon1 Founder Now In Federal Holding.
Sentencing Still Set For End Of January. Faces 13 Years In Prison.
BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Redcon1 Founder Aaron Singerman was just ordered into federal holding by Federal Magistrate Judge William Matthewman. Singerman was taken into custody in the U.S. District Courthouse in West Palm Beach. Federal Magistrate Matthewman declared Singerman “a danger to the community and himself.” The hearing took nearly two hours and included testimony by a U.S. Probation Officer assigned to review Aaron Singerman’s conduct as part of a pre-sentencing report.
Singerman was indicted in 2019 on multiple counts of fraud, conspiracy to defraud the USA, and mislabeling and selling nutritional supplements as part of his relationship with “Blackstone Labs.” He pleaded guilty on the eve of his federal trial to “introduction of unapproved new drugs into interstate commerce with intent to degrade and mislead.” He was set to be sentenced later this month to what could be 13 years in prison.
But Singerman was arrested for “boating under the influence” shortly after the guilty plea when police say he crashed into multiple docks in Broward County. After he was released from custody, federal prosecutors and his attorneys agreed that the arrest would not constitute a bond violation if Singerman attended substance abuse and mental health counseling.
Within the past few days, however, Singerman was allegedly arrested again — this time for DUI — after federal prosecutors say he was caught driving under the influence of sleeping pills and causing a crash. That arrest led to federal prosecutors requesting an urgent bond revocation hearing Thursday afternoon. Singerman was taken into custody during that hearing. We note that no South Florida police department says it was involved with the alleged latest incident.SINGERMAN-ORDER
Hours before today’s hearing, Aaron Singerman posted a photo of his family on Facebook and thanked his supporters. He also posted photos of the beach where he spent his final hours as a free man. Apparently fearing the worst was imminent, Singerman’s wife posted to Facebook earlier in the month seeking help with her children after sentencing.
Singerman owns a $2M home in the West Delray Beach community of Seven Bridges, and just purchased a $6M home in “The Sanctuary” in the City of Boca Raton.
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