What, you mean your having your head grow 3 sizes is not normal? Barry Bonds, the newly crowned home run king tested positive for steroids in 2000 according to prosecutors.
Home run champ Barry Bonds tested positive for steroids in November 2000, according to a court papers filed Thursday by federal prosecutors in the perjury case against Bonds.
The legal filing says investigators produced a document showing “Barry B” tested positive for anabolic steroids that November.
When investigators asked Bonds about the test, he denied taking steroids. Federal prosecutors say Bonds was lying.
In a 23-page motion filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco on Thursday, prosecutors seeking to convict Bonds on perjury and obstruction of justice charges will assert he was using steroids supplied to him by his friend and personal trainer Greg Anderson.
The motion was filed in response to Bonds’ request to dismiss a grand jury indictment against him alleging perjury and obstruction of justice.