The master of the Superman Punch and new golden boy of the WWE, Roman Reigns is this list’s 7th entrant. Being the formal muscle of The Shield and just a big guy in general, Reigns’ critics have wondered whether or not this Samoan Superman is actually a phony. There was a rumor that earlier this year that Reigns’ had actually failed a Wellness test which prompted Brock Lesnar to leave a RAW show. Later reports were found that prove that rumor to be a complete hoax and Reigns was no where near the reason as to why Brock left the show that night. So as to Reigns’ steroid allegations, he is indeed clean.
was about to chirp up in defense of a compelling news item (there is nothing at all wrong with the concept of this piece) when I saw the mention that auto-asphyxiation for self pleasuring may have been the cause of a number of these deaths, rather than depression, or anguish over life circumstances. If that is so, then indeed the article badly failed its readers by neglecting to point that out. Deaths by auto asphyxiation for self pleasuring are not exactly suicides in the way we tend to think of that term. They are accidental deaths. But I still say the idea of reporting a long list of celebrity suicides was perfectly proper journalism. Particularly in a publication with “noire” in its name.
The interview was conducted when Jones was released on probation after serving a six month prison sentence for lying to US federal agents about taking performance-enhancing drugs in the investigation into the Balco drugs scandal. Much of it centred on the pain of being away from her children while in jail. Jones broke down in tears while reading out a letter that she had written to them. When it came to the mechanics of her "mistake," she maintained she had only lied about taking what she believed to be innocent tablets when confronted by federal agents with what was actually the designer steroid tetrahydrogestrinone, or THG.