Guyer Institute says Manning's accuser not employed in 2011
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The founder of an Indianapolis medical clinic says the man who claimed Peyton Manning used HGH in 2011 did not even work there until two years later and "fabricated" his allegations.
Dr. Dale Guyer, who started The Guyer Institute, says "with absolute certainty" that the allegations about Manning are false.
The accusations are in a report by Al Jazeera, based on secret recordings of an unpaid student intern at the facility. Charles Sly now says he fabricated those stories.
Guyer said Sly was a pharmacy student in Nevada in 2011, when Manning was undergoing treatment, and that Sly did not begin working at the clinic until Feb. 18, 2013. Guyer said Sly also has had no affiliation with the institute since the unpaid internship ended in May 2013.