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Brian McNamee is testifying today in the Roger Clemens and it got us wondering what the admitted steroid injector has been up to lately. Come to find out, B Mac has actually been busy in the entertainment industry. It seems he got a gig as a guest referee at a recent Hulk Hogan midget wrestling event in Massachusetts. Yes, there are pics of McNamee and the midgets. Yes, this Clemens-McNamee story just won’t go away.
How did McNamee end up as a midget wrestling ref? Not sure, but his fellow ref – the Asian – is Mai Tran. It seems her and McNamee have a friendship developed from the mean streets of Boston. Both were available and the next thing you know they’re at some rec center with midgets back in April.
Mai writes on her blog:
A big thank you to my partner in crime Brian McNamee for coming all the way from NYC to be the other guest referee before the BIG trial begins! I definitely see an annual event happening here…..:-)
What? The guy squeezed in midget wrestling around the MLB trial of the century? INSANITY!
Meanwhile, McNamee is in court today telling jurors how he injected Debbie Clemens. It’s steroids erotica if you’re into that kind of thing.
[Photos via Mai Tran]
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Roger Clemens' lawyer toyed with Brian McNamee's memory and attacked him from several directions at once. The attorney even put an easel next to the witness with the words: ''MISTAKE. BAD MEMORY. LIE.'' Eventually, there came the inevitable question: ''Do you sometimes just make stuff up?''
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