After Pleading Guilty To Part Of Federal Indictment, And Being Arrested Twice For DUI, Singerman Faces Bond Revocation Hearing Today. He Just Took To Social Media…
Federal Prosecutors Silent On Latest Allegation. No Record That The Latest DUI Actually Took Place. Questions Raised…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
MAJOR UPDATE: The latest, here.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Aaron Singerman, the Redcon1 Founder who made a career out of not giving up, appears to have just given in to what may be a pending reality.
Taking to social media hours before an urgently called federal “bond revocation hearing,” Singerman posted a thank you to those who have stood by him since the federal indictment on several counts of nutritional supplement mislabeling and marketing was unsealed in 2019.
Singerman plead guilty to several counts of the indictment in November — on the eve of trial. He was scheduled to be sentenced in late January to what could be 13 years in federal prison. But Singerman was arrested for BUI in late November after police say he crashed his Redcon1 boat into several docks in Deerfield Beach. Federal prosecutors and his attorneys agreed that it would have no impact on his federal sentencing if he attended alcohol and mental health counseling.
But on Wednesday, federal prosecutors filed an urgent bond revocation notice — claiming Singerman had been arrested again on a DUI charge. This time, according to prosecutors, he was driving recklessly while under the influence of sleeping medication.
However, there is NO record of this arrest in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, Collier, Orange, Volusia, or other major Florida counties. All local police departments say they were not involved. Florida Highway Patrol did not respond to a request for information, but any arrest made by troopers would be logged by a local clerk of court or a county jail. Federal prosecutors did NOT respond to multiple requests for information, raising questions about the new claim against Singerman.
He has been ordered to appear in federal court Thursday afternoon. If he does not, a magistrate says a warrant will be issued for his arrest.
On Facebook, Singerman received significant support as he faces would could be immediate lockup.
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