UFC Fighter Wins $27.5M Over Mislabeled Supplement

Law360 (May 29, 2019, 5:50 PM EDT) -- Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter Yoel Romero has won $27.45 million in damages after a New Jersey state court entered a default judgment against a supplement maker for allegedly tainting a supplement that led to his suspension by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.

New Jersey Superior Court Judge Carlia Brady entered a default judgment for Romero against Gold Star Performance Products during a damages hearing Tuesday, according to Romero's attorney Jeffrey S. Craig. The judgment ends Romero's claims that the New Jersey-based supplement company misrepresented ingredients of its Shred Rx diuretic capsules by failing to indicate that it contained Ibutamoren, a substance banned by...

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