New York, Oct : The key witness who is going to bat for doping-accused Yankees star Alex Rodriguez in his shocking suit against Major League Baseball is an ex-con who did hard time for weapons and drug possession.
According to The New York Post, Robert Miller, who has been working at ‘odd jobs’ in Florida since his career as a pot dealer came to a screeching halt, admitted that between 1992 and 2010 his address was either a state prison or a federal prison.
Miller’s role in A-Rod’s legal action will be to back up the fading superstar’s claim that MLB made a devil’s pact with Anthony Bosch, the owner of the Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis who is accused of peddling performance-enhancing drugs, the report said.
MLB agreed to pay Bosch money to help railroad the Yankee slugger, A-Rod claims in the Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit filed on Friday, the report added. (ANI)