A football player in Cumberland County is suing officials at his high school. He says a coach gave him anabolic steroids without his knowledge.
Benjamin Dodd claims it all started after his junior season at Stone Memorial High School.
Dodd says he asked assistant football coach Jim Wilson about taking supplements to make him stronger.
The lawsuit, obtained by 10 News, accuses Wilson of giving Dodd steroids without telling him what they were.
It goes on to say Dodd began having side effects like severe headaches and violent mood swings.
The suit says when school officials found out about the steroids, they told Dodd not to talk about it, and did not inform his mother.
Dodd is suing the principal, assistant coach, and several others.
The lawsuit does not say how much money Dodd is asking for, but says Dodd still needs medical attention because of ongoing side effects.
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