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STALLONE MIGHT BE IN TROUBLE

March 13, 2007 | Photos | editor | 0 Comments

Sylvester Stallone will be charged with smuggling 48 vials of a restricted human growth hormone into Sydney, Australia when he arrived last month to promote "Rocky Balboa".  Stallone faces one charge of importing a prohibited substance.  The charge carries a possible penalty of $110,000, but Stallone will face a top fine of $22,000, the maximum a local court can impose. Stallone denies any wrongdoing.  Stallone is accused of having a drug called Jintropin, a growth hormone manufactured in China that promises to cut body fat, improve skin tone and heighten sexual desire. Much like GummyBeary Juice.  News.com.au says:

Stallone was questioned by Customs for more than two hours at Sydney airport when he stepped off a flight from Los Angeles on February 16, after allegedly failing to declare the vials. A routine X-ray of his luggage revealed five boxes containing 48 Jintropin vials. The actor's lawyer, Robert Todd, yesterday asked for a six-week adjournment to allow time to gather material from overseas.

I'm pretty open minded, but I'm not sure that you can deny 48 of anything.  48 is a lot.  I can have a dead hooker in my car and probably get out of it if I just keep saying "I don't know".  But if I have 48 dead hookers, well, that's a lot of dead hookers.  Stallones main concern should be that this crap isn't the fountain of youth he thought it would be and he still looks like absolute hell.  Although maybe that because he's all shaven and dudes who shave everything just end up looking like pre-op transsexuals.

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