Sports Report: Ex-employee suing agency for instructing him to get PEDs for MLB players

11:06  13 february  2018
11:06  13 february  2018 Source:   theScore

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According to the report , Nunez's orders came directly from ACES owners Sam and Seth Levinson, who remain in charge of the agency . ACES - located in Brooklyn, N.Y. - represents MLB players such as Jon Lester, Dustin Pedroia, and David Wright.

the lawsuit filed by ex -ACES employee juan carlos nunez contains allegations that aces proprietors seth and sam levinson informed him to do "whatever it took" to recruit/retain clients, including secret payments to players & people who provided PEDs . suit seeks "millions" of $.

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A lawsuit has reportedly been filed in the New York Supreme Court alleging that former agent, Juan Carlos Nunez, was forced by his employer, ACES, to recruit or retain clients by doing "whatever it took," including secretly paying players under the table or providing them with performance-enhancing drugs, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports.

According to the report, the directives to Nunez came directly from ACES owners Sam and Seth Levinson, who remain in charge of the agency. ACES - located in Brooklyn, N.Y. - represents MLB players such as Jon Lester, Dustin Pedroia, and David Wright.

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ACES Baseball Agency is being sued by a former associate, Juan Carlos Nuñez friends and family, helping players obtain and use performance-enhancing drugs (“ PEDs ”) to get bigger contracts, and to hide the misconduct from MLB and its Players ’ Union. All of this was done at the direction and

And this ex -pitcher is suing Major League Baseball to get them their fair share. In February, he helped file Senne v. MLB , a federal lawsuit on behalf of 20 former minor league players who allege that Major League Baseball violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and state laws by paying them less

The Levinson brothers were previously exonerated by the MLBPA for their role in the Biogenesis scandal on the basis that no evidence of misconduct was found.

Nunez previously pleaded guilty in Miami federal court to conspiracy to distribute testosterone in 2014 and was embroiled in the Biogenesis scandal by steering clients to Anthony Bosch's clinic from late-2010 until June 2012. Nunez was banned by Major League Baseball as a result.

ACES hired Nunez as an independent contractor in 2006 for the purposes of identifying and recruiting potential MLB clients, with an emphasis in Latin America. Nunez would receive a finder's fee if he successfully recruited a player to the agency.

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