You may recall that last week a member of the camp associated with beleaguered Tour de France winner Floyd Landis took the reprehensible step of calling former Tour winner Greg LeMond and threatened to out an event in LeMond's own childhood when was sexually abused.

Landis is in the midst of an arbitration trial at Pepperdine University in Southern California where testimony is being heard on whether the positive doping test results that cloud Landis' Tour win should stand. If that happens, Landis loses the yellow shirt. LeMond was to testify last week on behalf of the prosecution, and the telephone call was apparently meant to intimidate him and thwart that testimony. It didn't work, and it was the intimidator who was outed.

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Now, that person, Will Geoghegan, is entering rehab  today "to address his problems," the Landis side announced.

The trial continues through Wednesday. A three-man panel will decide the case.

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