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Testosterone-cooking chemist pleads guilty in steroid case linked to baseball stars

MIAMI -- A chemist who cooked up testosterone in his Miami-Dade garage that was distributed to pro baseball players such as Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in Miami federal court Thursday. Paulo Berejuk, who was the "Breaking Bad" manufacturer for steroid distributors in South Florida, faces between two and three years in prison at his sentencing on Feb. 25 before U.S. District Judge Cecilia Altonaga. Initially detained, the judge granted the 51-year-old Brazilian citizen a $150,000 bond without having to wear an electronic monitor. "I will give him some freedom so he can enjoy his family before sentencing," Altonaga told Berejuk and his defense ...

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