Gay magazine apologizes to Tewksbury
BY Advocate.com Editors
February 17 2001 1:00 AM ET
Canadian gay magazine Fab has issued an apology to openly gay Olympic gold medal swimmer Mark Tewksbury for saying in a press release that Tewksbury had an addiction to the drug ecstasy, The [Toronto] Globe and Mail reports. The press release was promoting an interview Fab conducted with Tewksbury in which the swimmer talks about a former addiction to marijuana.
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