FOUR NEW DOCKET ENTIRES IN FEDERAL FILING LISTED AS “SEALED.” IF ACCURATE, RELEASE COMES JUST MONTHS INTO FIVE YEAR SENTENCE.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
UPDATE: December 1, 2022 at 1:50 p.m. — The Federal Bureau of Prisons report that Mr. Singerman was released, or is in the process of being released. It is unclear what home monitoring, if any, will be required. Neither the United States Department of Justice media office, nor the prosecutor assigned to the case, have responded to requests from BocaNewsNow.com for details on the unexpected release just months into a 36-60 month sentence.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Redcon1 founder Aaron Singerman is reportedly hours away from being released from federal prison in Pensacola after serving just months of a multi-year sentence for mislabeling nutritional supplements.
Singerman, after years of denying claims made in a federal indictment, ultimately entered a guilty plea to mislabeling nutritional supplements while running a company unrelated to Redcon1. He entered the plea in November of 2021. He was sentenced to five years in federal prison in January of 2022. This is the official text of the sentencing order:
“Sentencing held on 1/27/2022 as to Aaron Singerman.Defendant sentenced to 54 months imprisonment followed by 3 years of supervised release with $200.00 special assessment and $38,655.23 in restitution. Defendant advised of right to appeal. Remaining counts dismissed by Government motion.”
While awaiting sentencing at this time last year, Singerman was arrested by the Broward Sheriff’s Office for operating a Redcon1 boat while drunk on the Intracostal and allegedly crashing into docks. He was briefly booked into the Palm Beach County Jail.
BocaNewsNow.com reached out to U.S. Attorney Joshua Burke — Singerman’s prosecutor — for comment on the claims circulating bodybuilding media Wednesday night. The sources have been accurate during other parts of Singerman’s journey through the federal legal system. BocaNewsNow.com confirmed that there are four docket entries just filed — on November 22nd — which are listed as “restricted/sealed until further notice.” It was not immediately clear if those entries relate to his potential release.
Aaron Singerman continues to own a home in the West Delray Beach community of Seven Bridges, and also owns a home in The Sanctuary. His wife, Darielle Singerman, owns a home next door to the home in Aaron Singerman’s name. BocaNewsNow.com tipsters say she has added her maiden name of “Gaines” to her Facebook profile.
BocaNewsNow.com invites Mr. Singerman to share his version of events that he has experienced over the past few years with BocaNewsNow.com’s readers.
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