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Sylvester Stallone Admits He Tried to Smuggle Banned Growth Hormone to Australia

Yet another star falls for banned substances. The 60-year-old macho Sylvester Stallone admitted to possessing the growth hormone Jintropin when he was stopped at Sydney airport in February last. Stallone was then in Australia to promote his film Rocky Balboa, but he was not in the Sydney cour...

Sylvester Stallone Regrets Smuggling Banned Substances to Australia

Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone has apologized profusely for trying to smuggle human growth hormones and testosterone into Australia. Stallone has been charged with importing banned substances into Australia in February this year during a tour to promote his film Rocky Balboa. A Custom...

Steroid Scam: Sylvester Stallone Gets Away With a Light Punishment

For all the media hype, the sentencing of actor Sylvester Stallone came as an anti-climax Monday morning at the Downing Centre Local Court in Sydney. He was fined $2,975 for bringing banned hormones into Australia. He is also to pay prosecution costs of $10,000. A Customs search of...

Finola Hughes Announces Her Best Accessory at Fashion Week

...Outstanding Lead Actress in 1991, as well as three additional nominations in the same category. Ms. Hughes made her American film debut when Sylvester stallone cast her opposite John Travolta in "Stayin' Alive." Most recently, Ms. Hughes joined leading mobile 3-D software and technology company Emdigo to prod...

Botox – The 'Celebrity' Dru

...ies and now is the most common cosmetic surgery procedure in the world. Celebrities such as Celine Dion, Cher, Madonna, Sharon Stone and Sylvester stallone are rumoured to have had the benefit of the Botox needle. The reason Botox has become so popular is due to the simplicity of the procedure.It do...
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