MAYFIELD’S STEPMOM ALLEGES DRUG USE; MAYFIELD ALLEGES MURDER

The Jeremy Mayfield saga has taken another sad turn, with the latest revelations exposing a toxic relationship between Mayfield and his estranged stepmother Lisa. In an affidavit submitted to federal court by NASCAR, Mayfield's stepmother claims that Mayfield has been taking methamphetamine since 1998 and that she has witnessed him doing so. The stepmother said in the affidavit:"Between 1998-2005, I am personally aware that Jeremy used methamphetamine often. I was concerned about his heavy ...

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MAYFIELD BREAKS SILENCE

In an interview with ESPN, Jeremy Mayfield ...

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JEREMY MAYFIELD SUSPENSION TIMELINE

The Jeremy Mayfield drug suspension has entered the bizarro phase. We have heard allegations of meth use. Reputations have been shattered. Accusations of political favoritism are flying. And waiting to dole out justice is the federal government. How did we get here? Let's go to the timeline.May 1: NASCAR performs a random urine-based drug test on Sprint Cup driver/owner Jeremy Mayfield in Richmond, Va.May 5: Mayfield was informed that he had failed a random drug test. Aegis Sciences Corp., which ...

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NASCAR SAYS MAYFIELD EXPERT LIED

They probably teach you this on the first day of law school, but it bears repeating. When you hire an expert witness, you should always make sure he is an expert at the thing he is witnessing. If not, his reputation could unravel your case and you will wind up looking like Jeremy Mayfield does today. On Tuesday NASCAR alleged that an expert witness for Mayfield does not have the medical degrees or certifications listed in his qualifications. NASCAR asked that Dr. Harvey MacFenerstein's sworn ...

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JEREMY MAYFIELD DRUG TEST DOCTOR

It's time to meet Dr. David Black, suddenly one of the most powerful men in the world of NASCAR. Black is the toxicologist whose firm, Nashville-based Aegis Sciences Corporation, is in charge of drug testing for NASCAR. Black became a public figure in the world of auto racing after NASCAR suspended Jeremy Mayfield for failing a drug test administered by Aegis in May. The Tennessean ran a feature on Black in its Sunday paper. But rather than look into questions of impropriety such as thos ...

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