Glenn Braswell arrest
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
California businessman convicted of fraud in 1983 in a case involving hair growth products and subsequently pardoned by former President Bill Clinton charged with tax evasion, IRS says. Braswell, 59, was arrested Jan. 13 following federal investigation of his business Gero Vita International, which sells dietary supplements such as Levelin prohormone alternative, ACF 223 anti-aging formula and MVP Male Virility Power sexual stamina enhancer. Braswell's marketing tactics were the subject of September 2001 hearing by the Senate Special Committee on Aging (1"The Tan Sheet" Sept. 17, 2001, p. 8)...
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