By Ryan Gray | September 20, 2007
Dr. John Todd Miller, of Tampa, Florida was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison yesterday for conspiring to dispense steroids to a teenaged in-line skater, according to The Tampa Tribune.
According to the newspaper, authorities became aware of Miller's illegal activities after teenage champion in-line skater Corey Gahan's father, James has a "business dispute" with him. James also pleaded guilty for his part in dispensing steroids to his son.
The article lists former WWE professional wrestlers as patients of Dr. Miller. Billy Kidman, the late Eddie Guerrero, Hector Guerreo, Danny Spivey, and Paul "Big Show" Wight were all listed. Kidman told investigators that he was referred to the clinic by the late Brian "Crush" Adams.
WWE's spokesperson Jennifer McIntosh refused to comment on the specific wrestlers since none of them are currently under WWE contract. Before being sentenced, Miller told the judge, "It was never my intention to hurt anyone." Miller was head of the Tampa, Florida-based Physician's Wellness Institute.
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