Dr Richard Freeman speaks out: 'I am not a doping doctor'

Freeman continues to protest his innocence despite being found guilty by the GMC of ordering testosterone "knowing or believing" it was to dope a rider

Richard Freeman (Getty)

Despite having been found guilty by the General Medical Council of ordering testosterone "knowing or believing" it was to dope a rider, Richard Freeman continues to protest his innocence, saying he is "not a doping doctor".

Speaking out for the first time since the tribunal's verdict on Friday (March 12), Freeman told the Daily Mail the rider he supposedly administered the testosterone to doesn't exist, but accepts that due to the lies he told during the tribunal that there are people who "can't trust anything I say".

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