British doctor denies report that he doped 150 sports stars
A British doctor accused of doping 150 elite athletes is denying the allegations against him, claiming they are "false and very misleading."
Mark Bonar was the subject of an investigation by theSunday Times, which reported that he provided sports stars with banned performance-enhancing drugs.
Among his purported clients are Premier League football players, boxers, Tour de France cyclists, tennis players, bodybuilders and cricketers, the newspaper said.
Bonar responded to the allegations on Twitter.
"The @SundayTimesNews allegations are false and very misleading," he wrote. "I have never had a relationship with any premier football club or player."