Found January 12, 2013 on The Juicy Online:
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Lance Armstrong plans to admit that he INDEED took steroids during his legendary cycling career when he's interviewed by Oprah on Monday, according to USA Today.A source says that the interview is scheduled for Monday and will be taped at Armstrong's Austin, TX home. The taped interview will be seen by ALL later in the week, on Thursday, on the OWN Network. However, Armstrong may not get into get detail about specific cases and events where he started doping.Armstrong is risking being sued and being liable by those who believe he defrauded them by lying about his performance and use of drugs. He also could be looking at criminal charges, but that's highly unlikely to happen.
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