Update 2/9 New York Times
The question is why would an NFL player be taking Nikki Haskell's weight loss pill "Star Caps" to begin with? Haskell is taking no chances and has suspended shipping of the diet supplement "of the stars" until tests can prove that bumetanide was not contained in the ingredients. New Orleans Saint's Jamar Nasbit is suing Haskell for $235,294 in lost salary, due to a four game suspension due to testing positive for bumetanide, a masking agent for steroids. Narbit says the bumetanide came from Star Caps. The diet supplements are made in Peru from garlic and papaya enzymes.
StarCaps Web Site published the following release:
We've received notice of a problem with an NFL player.
We have referred the matter to our counsel and are taking all necessary steps to
ensure that our customers receive product that is safe and effective. We have
temporarily suspended shipping of StarCaps pending the results of our investigation.