Ex-Cowboys Coach Jimmy Johnson Wants You To ExtenZe Your Own Johnson

Ex-Cowboys Coach Jimmy Johnson Wants You To ExtenZe Your Own Johnson

One might think it would be embarrassing to shill for a non-FDA approved herbal “male enhancement” remedy. Jimmy Johnson doesn’t think so. Is he broke or something? [More]

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Who's Smiling Now? Enzyte Scammer Gets 25 Years In Prison

Who's Smiling Now? Enzyte Scammer Gets 25 Years In Prison

Steve Warshak, founder of the company responsible for “Enzyte,” has been sentenced to 25 years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of $93,000, says the AP. U.S. District Judge S. Arthur Spiegel also ordered the company, along with other defendants, to forfeit more than $500 million that it bilked from consumers.

Enzyte's Steve Warshak (And His Mom) Found Guilty!

Enzyte's Steve Warshak (And His Mom) Found Guilty!

Hooray! Steve Warshak, the snake oil salesman responsible for Enzyte (and consequently for those awful “Smiling Bob” ads) was found guilty today of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering. So was his mom.

Former VP Admits "Enzyte Male Enhancement" Ads Are Complete Fiction

Former VP Admits "Enzyte Male Enhancement" Ads Are Complete Fiction

James Teegarden Jr., the former vice president of operations at Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, explained Tuesday in U.S. District Court how he and others at the company made up much of the content that appeared in Enzyte ads.

Jury Selection For Enzyte Trial Started Today

Jury Selection For Enzyte Trial Started Today

Jury selection began today for the federal trial against the man, his mom, and the business associates responsible for the “male enhancement” supplement Enzyte, reports WKRC in Cincinnaaa-ti. The charges against Steve Warshak and his Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals company include “committing wire and mail fraud, money laundering, and misbranding.” No mention of creating what’s possibly the world’s most irritating TV ad, but we guess that crime is so great that it’s being left for hell to sort out.