WWE's Adam Rose releases doctor's letter, still shocked at suspension
Posted On July 20, 2020
On Tuesday, Ray Leppan (aka WWE’s Adam Rose) released the contents of a letter from his doctor on his Twitter account.
He indicated from the account that his second wellness failure suspension was for using Aderall to combat ADHD, a diagnosis his doctor claimed that he made more than one year ago and that Leppan said that WWE officials have known about the entire time.
The 36-year-old Leppan had written that he would address this issue and was shocked and apalled regarding his suspension.
The letter, dated 4/22/16 from Dr Chares DeVine, can be seen below with the transcript beneath it:
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“To Whom It May Concern: I am writing this letter on behalf of Adam Rose (Ray Leppan D.O.B. 7/20/79) whom I have treated since 4/20/15. He has chronic signs and symptoms of ADHD, determined through a very thorough psychiatric exam on 4/30/15. He takes Aderall XR, which is an FDA-approved treatment for ADHD, and we have followed all standard of care protocols during his treatment, which has gone very well. He takes his medication as prescribed, and he is compliant with my treatment recommendations.”