When Adam Rose was suspended for 60 days for breaking the WWE's Wellness Policy (for the second time) he told everyone that he was innocent, that he "didn't do anything knowingly wrong" and that he would prove it. Well, it looks like maybe he has.
Last night Rose tweeted a note from his doctor (which you can see above), saying that he has a valid prescription for his ADHD and has followed "all the correct protocols."
In case you can't read the doctor's handwriting, here is what the note says:
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing this letter on behalf of Adam Rose (Ray Leppan – D.O.B. 7/20/79), whom i have treated since 4/20/15. He has chronic signs and symptoms of ADHD, determined through a very thorough psychiatric exam on 4/30/15. He takes Aderall XR, which is an FDA-approved treatment for ADHD, and we have followed all standard of care protocols during his treatment, which has gone very well. He takes his medication as prescribed, and he is compliant with my treatment recommendations.
Charles DeVine, M.D."
It all seems pretty legit and Rose has seen a lot of support from fans and from folks in the company for his standing up to the suspension. But as we know there are always two sides to every story. So, we will have to wait and see what the WWE has to say about this from their side.
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