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Former Knights star Jarrod Mullen living in shame after drug ban

KaiGold

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Former Newcastle Knights star Jarrod Mullen is living with shame after receiving a four-year ban for testing positive to anabolic steroids.
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onight he breaks his silence, in an exclusive to air on Seven News.


He says he takes full responsibility for what happened, but insists he’s not a drug cheat.


Mullen wants others to learn from what he describes as his one grave error of judgement.

"I just want to say I take full responsibility for what happened - I'm not here to blame anyone else.”


"If someone is saying to you 'I'm going to inject you with a steroid', as a professional athlete you're going to say no - no way in the world. It stays in your system for six to 12 months and I get tested every second week."


Battling hamstring injuries, Mullen sought treatment from a physio outside Newcastle Knights.




"I trusted the bloke, I'd known him for 10 years - he tossed up an amino acid injection to help with the healing."

"After the injection I tore my hamstring two weeks later, so whatever was supposed to go in there didn't work anyway."


“When I did the interview with ASADA they knew it was an accident because you need to be taking five other different things for it to actually do anything.”


“If I was intentionally going out there to improve myself to get bigger, faster, stronger I'm happy to cop the four years”


“It’s just ruined my life.”
 

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Well it is never good to see someone living in shame, although surely there are some who deserve it. I am not sure that drug users rise to that level for me though, and I am pretty sure most people feel that way. I do not really know the whole story here but nonetheless wish the guy the best.
 
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