Athletes who have fallen from grace

Published: 10:40 AM EST Feb 19, 2013   Updated: 3:52 PM EST Feb 14, 2014

Take a look at these athletes who have fallen from grace.

Barry Bonds
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Barry Bonds -- In one of the biggest sports scandals of the decade, Bonds was indicted in 2007 on perjury and other charges for allegedly lying about his steroid use during a government investigation. He eventually was convicted of obstruction of justice in 2011, but the conviction was overturned on appeal on April 22, 2015. The controversy has lingered for major-league baseball's home run champ, with Bonds being denied entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame during his first three years of eligibility so far.






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