Ex-player rep says agency helped acquire PEDs

From ESPN - February 13, 2018

A former employee of one of the leading agencies representing baseball players sued the owners of the firm in federal court, alleging they knew of players using performance-enhancing substances and even directed those players to people who could give them the PEDs.

Juan Carlos Nunez, who worked for the ACES baseball agency, sued Seth and Sam Levinson in New York State court on Monday, asking for more than $3 million in unpaid fees and expenses.

The Levinsons, who in the past have said Nunez was a rogue employee, defended themselves Tuesday.

"This is nothing more than a shakedown by a man broken by his own criminal actions," the Levinsons said in a response to an inquiry from the MLB Trade Rumors website. "We will take the fight to Mr. Nunez for any meritless and defamatory claims, and we will seek all available remedies and damages that his criminal behavior has caused."


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