Feds: California man peddled falsely labeled male enhancement drugs in York County

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A California man is being indicted for distributing misbranded “sexual enhancement” drugs online and in a location in York County. The drugs, known as “Mojo Nights” and “Libigrow” were marketed as “all-natural” dietary supplements. Almuntasser “Alex” Hbaiu, 34, of Los Angeles, California, was arrested in California on December 12.  He pleaded “not guilty” to a five-count Indictment charging him with criminal conspiracy, introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce, receipt of misbranded drugs in interstate commerce and subsequent delivery or proffered delivery of those drugs, and two counts of wire fraud.

Authorities searched a warehouse in California and seized enough male enhancement products to fill more than a tractor trailer. Some of the siezed drugs are known as: Libigrow, Mojo Nights, Blue Diamond, Libigrow XXXtreme, Blue Diamond Platinum, Kamasutra, Matador, Love Pack, and Casanova.  Hbaiu allegedly headed various companies that marketed and sold the drugs as all natural dietary supplements and “performance enhancers.” In fact, the drugs contained sildenafil citrate, the active ingredient in Viagra, and Tadalafil, the active ingredient in Cialis. Both Viagra and Cialis are prescription drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

Hbaiu faces a maximum penalty of 20 years’ imprisonment if convicted.



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