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In Federal Prison, Aaron Singerman Gets Probation For BUI Charge

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Broward County Judge Issues Ruling Following Singerman’s November Arrest By BSO.

Already Serving 54 Months in Federal Lockup.

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Aaron Singerman crashed his Redcon1 boat several times between Boca Raton and Deerfield Beach in November 2021, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. He was arrested for BUI.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Redcon1 Founder Aaron Singerman, just weeks into a nearly five-year federal prison sentence for fraud, was just sentenced to probation for the Boating Under the Influence charge he was arrested for in November.

Singerman, on a boat with the Redcon1 logo, crashed into multiple docks between Boca Raton and Deerfield Beach in the days following his guilty plea but before his federal sentencing. Broward County Sheriffs Deputies arrested Singerman and charged him with BUI.

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Aaron Singerman, following his BUI arrest in Broward County. (Courtesy Broward County Sheriff’s Office).

A Broward County judge on Friday accepted his new plea of “no contest” and sentenced Singerman to twelve months of probation. During that time, he is not allowed to consume “alcohol or intoxicants,” and is “subject to random breath, urinalysis tests.” He is also sentenced to 50 hours of community service which he may buy his way out of for $10 per hour.

The sentence appears to be a slap on the wrist as Singerman is unlikely to have access to alcohol or drugs in a federal lockup. As we reported in January: Singerman was indicted in 2019 on multiple counts of fraud and criminal activity relating to his work with a company he partially owned called “Blackstone Labs.” Singerman’s legal team fought the charges, at times it appeared effectively, for two years. But on the eve of trial in November, Singerman entered a guilty plea to “introduction of unapproved new drugs into interstate commerce with intent to defraud and mislead,” and “conspiracy to distribute controlled substances.” 

He is now serving 54 months in federal prison.


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