Lance Armstrong may have opened up a can of legal worms recently when he admitting to cheating in regards to winning the Tour de France 7 times before:
From the Dallas Morning News
Dallas-based sports insurer SCA Promotions finally made good on its threat to sue Lance Armstrong over a $12 million bonus paid in 2006.
Moments ago SCA’s attorney Jeff Tillotson filed a complaint at the Dallas County courthouse that demands Armstrong return the money paid him for winning the Tour de France in 2002, ’03 and ’04. SCA paid the money on behalf of Tailwind Sports, which owned the U.S. Postal Service team for which Armstrong raced.
From Bleacher Report:
Cyclist Lance Armstrong evidently isn’t done lying.
An interview with Oprah Winfrey was designed for the disgraced rider to come clean about his record of using performance-enhancing drugs. Instead, CBS News reports that Armstrong in fact weaved another web of lies.
You are still a hero Lance!
Shortly after cyclist Lance Armstrong said Thursday night that he was finished fighting a barrage of drug charges, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announced his seven Tour de France titles will be stripped from him.