Steroid-fueled argument lands personal trainer in jail

A dispute stemming from an argument over steroid use has landed a personal trainer in jail. A 32-year-old former competitive bodybuilder was sentenced in a Stratford courtroom to 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to assaulting his partner. Ontario Court Justice Kathryn McKerlie told the man being strong and physically fit does not entitle him to overpower another person. “Particularly someone who you describe as the love of your life,” she said. Court heard on June 30 a female complainant called police for help after being assaulted in her home. The woman told police the pair had argued over the man’s use of steroids and she went into the bedroom and locked the door, but the man broke through the door. The man grabbed her in a bear hug and threw her onto the bed, court heard.

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