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DWTS producer allegedly sold drugs to contestants: Is it true?

A new report claims that a Dancing with the Stars producer is selling drugs to the pros — and the publication says they have the texts to prove it.

In what they’re calling a “bombshell” allegation, Radar Online says they have learned that a producer from the ABC competition show is under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department for selling drugs to the dancers.

Radar claims to have obtained a series of text messages between the producer and certain dancers — all of whom they leave unnamed in their report — but while they provide a transcript of the messages, they did not print screenshots of the actual messages themselves. And the language of the supposed texts reads like a bad ’70s cop show.

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“I got moon rocks, it’s the highest form of Molly. Pure crystal,” Radar claims the producer wrote on Dec. 30, 2013.

“Hey babe! Can I get some nose candy from you? Need it tomorrow if possible…” they say another reads, this time from a dancer on Apr. 9, 2014.

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The lack of actual screenshots of the messages is suspect enough, but the show’s production company says they know nothing about any police investigation.

“The LAPD have not notified us or confirmed that any investigation is underway and we therefore have no further comment to make on the subject,” a spokesperson for BBC Worldwide Productions told Radar.

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But the “source” Radar says gave them the info claims the producer got at least one dancer majorly addicted and should be canned.

“He should be fired,” the source said. “The amount of drugs he’s given to everyone is insane… these people probably need to go and work on their issues. They think that they have things without consequences, no repercussions. It’s a great lesson for everyone.”

Tell us: Do you believe this DWTS drug story?

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