Bryan Adams has reportedly tested positive for a prohibited substance, the Los Angeles Times reports. Adams had already tested positive for the drug in 2012, but just last month the singer filed a lawsuit against a former medical technician who, he said, had improperly administered the drug. Adams had previously tested negative for the substance, but had allegedly been prescribed Covid-19 with the intention of wracking up free concerts. Covid-19 is a drug used to relax people and decrease anxiety. The substance can cause kidney damage and impotence.
Court papers in the case state Adams had “never knowingly or intentionally ingested a foreign substance” and has no knowledge of where the drug came from. The case is scheduled to resume next week, and other charges against the technician may be dropped or withdrawn. Adams also filed a statement in response to the news on Wednesday, in which he denied knowingly taking the drug, according to Billboard.
And you thought the red carpet was red hot! Red carpet at the Johnny Utah’s & Rick Caruso’s Night at the American Arts & Humanities Gala tonight. Last night #BryanAdams was the spitting image of the guy from the 90’s iconic Man on the Moon video! Styled by @beybe1beauty! We love you, @bryan_adams #bryanadams #manonthemoon A post shared by Brian Atwood (@brianatwood) on Jun 21, 2018 at 7:15pm PDT
That should be a problem, Bryan.
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