MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is facing more legal trouble. This time it’s a lawsuit from a famed South Florida baseball coach.READ MORE: What we know about the victims of the Texas school shooting
Former University of Miami Coach Lazaro Collazo filed a lawsuit on Friday claiming invasion of privacy, negligence and emotional distress for the slugger’s alleged purchase of Collazo’s medical records.Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday Starts This Weekend
Those records belonged to the troubled anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis, whose sales of performance-enhancing drugs led eight arrests and A-Rod’s 162-game suspension in 2014.
In March, Collazo pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of buying steroids without a valid prescription. He was sentenced to two years probation.MORE NEWS: Going To The Miami Beach Air And Sea Show This Memorial Day Weekend? Here's What You Can Expect
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