Owner of Infinity Longevity and Wellness Referral Service Pleads Guilty Again

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Former police officer Anthony Forgione pleaded guilty once again to steroid-related charges while on probation for illegally selling anabolic steroids and human growth hormone through an anti-aging clinic in 2008.

In 2003, Forgione was fired from the Boca Raton Police Department after admitting to using anabolic steroids for almost a decade.

In 2008, Forgione pleaded guilty to charges related to the sale of anabolic steroids and human growth hormone (HGH) through Infinity Longevity anti-aging clinic and his ‘wellness referral service.’ The indicted resulted out of the Operation Which Doctor investigation led by the Albany County District Attorney in New York.He sold steroids through Dr. Gary Brandstein, whose clients included the late wrestler Chris Benoit and boxer Jameel McCline. Forgione was sentenced to five years probation as a result of this investigation.

Forgione dissolved Infinity Longevity in July 2008. However, he created a new company in Florida in May 2009 using the same name. This time, Infinity Longevity was strictly a consulting and wellness referral service for individuals seeking hormone replacement.

Forgione referred clients to the Missouri-based Lifetime Wellness LLC for testosterone, oxandrolone, and other steroid prescriptions. Lifetime Wellness was owned by Scott Lofquist and prescriptions were written by Delaware-based doctor Rodney Baltazar. All three were charged in a 20-count federal indictment.


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