Woman charged in steroid ring case | Local News

BOSTON — The Gloucester woman charged with running a Beverly tanning salon that served as a front for an illegal steroids ring was formally charged Thursday in U.S. District Court.

Melissa Sclafani, 29, of 19 Beacon St., was charged with conspiracy to distribute counterfeit steroids and conspiracy to launder money.  She and five others had been issued federal criminal complaints on April 12.

Federal court documents allege that, between approximately February 2016 and April 12 of this year, Sclafani conspired with others to manufacture steroid products, market them as “Onyx” steroids, and sell them to customers across the U.S. via email and social media platforms. Customers paid for the steroids via such remitters as Western Union and MoneyGram, and…

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