MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 19: Sports scientist Stephen Dank walks out of the Melbourne Federal Court on September 19, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. Justice John Middleton was today scheduled to deliver his verdict on the case against ASADA by the Essendon Bombers FC. Essendon challenged the joint AFL-ASADA investigation into the alleged use of banned substances at the club. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Disgraced sports scientist Stephen Dank has sensationally claimed he supplied former Suns player Nathan Bock with banned peptide CJC-1295.

The Herald Sun has reported that Dank told the newspaper that he supplied Bock with the peptide in December 2010, after buying the drug in Sydney, before taking it to the Gold Coast in a cooler bag with dry ice.

He then claimed that he gave the drug to then Gold Coast fitness boss Dean Robinson, who taught Bock how to self-administer the drug.

“I bought it at the Belgrave pharmacy in Sydney and delivered it to Robinson’s house,” Dank told the Herald Sun.

“From there, Robinson demonstrated to Bock how to use it and instructed him accordingly.”

Dank’s sensational claims come after Bock was cleared of doping by ASADA, five years after he was accused of allegedly injecting himself with the banned peptide CJC-1295.

Bock is now free to continue coaching the Southport Sharks in the NEAFL.


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