by Craig Titus
Craig Titus

Vince Neil of Motley Crue

Ya know, for five long years I’ve been watching the “48 Hour Hard Evidence” special or I should say story, in regard to my case and I’ve been silently biting my tongue. Story is a much more accurate description for the show because that’s precisely what my case was turned into…an actual tragic event that was then filled with so many lies and gross exaggerations of the truth, allowed by Pete VanSandt and the 48 Hours producers, that case was utterly transformed into a sensation fictional story! The entire 48 Hour special was produced with a total disregard as to what actually happened with the absolute intent to portray me as the “Big Bad Wolf.” I would love nothing more then to shred to piece the validity of the evidence and statements presented on 48 Hours, but at this point in time I’m not at liberty to do so.

That will all be done by a investigation author writing a book outlining the actual events and evidence in my case and should be published making it available to the public summers end. But for now, I would however like to talk about the “Remaking of Vince Neil” You know Vince Neil, the lead singer for “Motley Crue” who jumped at the opportunity to become nothing more then a snitch, a rat for national television adding a much more sensational edge to the 48 Hours Special. You know, Vince Neil, the guy who immediately jumped on the ambush Craig Titus band wagon for television ratings. The first question I asked myself is why would Vince choose to become a little, slimy snitch? I mean it couldn’t have been for 15 minutes of fame, he was already a well known rock star…then it occurred to me…he’s just simply a rat! He went on national television and disclosed information that I was under the impression was highly confidential and basically top secret. Vince had no problem informing all those who would listen and the millions of people watching 48 hours that I injected him with steroids and growth hormone. Really! The only thing Vince Neil accomplished by opening his mouth was showing people what his character truly is…he’s a snitch, plain and simple. Listen people, I was paid a considerable amount of money to transform a pill popping, alcoholic junky, into a rock star that could actually take off his shirt on stage in a matter of 6 weeks!! I was paid a sizable fee for my silence, for my discretion as to what I would have to do to mold this short, portly, sad sack of a man had been, into an athletic tank top wearing rock god. Everyone involved knew exactly what I would be doing, the fact PEDs were most definitely part of the program was discussed prior to me be hired. It was my understanding that my expertise, knowledge and experience in the field of performance enhancing drugs along with my achievements were the main reasons for my service. I let it be known both to the producers at VH1 as well as Vince Neil himself, that the only way to accomplish the goal of changing a fat alcoholic into a athletic built rock star, would be to use steroids and growth hormone as a part of Vince’s 6 week training regimen. I’ll never in a million years understand why Vince Neil Choose to become a snitch? We discussed in great detail my plans to achieve the metamorphosis of Vince’s Physique. I outlined the type of steroids to be used, the amounts of HGH injections and made it perfectly clear that alcohol and Vicodin s could no longer be a part of his daily diet. Although I’m a advocate of PEDs and HGH, I stressed the importance to Vince of discretion and let him know with complete confidence the use of PEDs would be confidential and that information would be our secret never to be discussed, period. That very same pact and code of silence was given to every client I’ve ever worked with. You don’t see any of the 20 plus celebrities and pro Athletes I’ve consulted over the years in the use of steroids and Growth Hormone telling on themselves on national television. No, you only see Vince Neil exposing himself for what he is, a snitch! And since Vince was so inclined to tell, let’s go ahead and reveal his actual cycle with full disclosure. Fact is, it’s slightly more complicated then “Titus shot me up with steroids and growth hormone.” Yeah, because you wanted me to!! Anyway, the cycle I designed for Vince Neil went as follows; Primobolan Depot 100mg injecting 100mg. on Monday and Thursday. Testosterone Enanthate 200mg injected daily on Monday and Thursday with 4 I.U. of HGH injected daily for 6 weeks and 3 days. Anyone who has knowledge or actual experience using PEDs and HGH know full well that the cycle administered for Vince Neil was considerably mild and extremely effective for a first time user. Keep in mind this steroid and Growth Hormone program was additional to weight training and cardio six days a week for 6 weeks. The PEDs were in addition to a very strict low fat, low carbohydrate and high protein diet seven days a week. Not one word of my dedication and attention to detail toward the goal of getting Vince Neil into shape was discussed on the 48 hour special, not one word! No, you see that wouldn’t be sensational, that wouldn’t make look like the “BIG BAD” Steroid taking arrogant pro bodybuilder. The only information sought out from Vince Neil. The only thing Peter Van Sandt wanted millions of people to see, is that I injected Vince Neil with steroids!! Being the snitch Vince Neil is, he had absolutely no problem breaking our pact. Funny thing is, after I completed my obligation of training Vince for 6 weeks, he took two months worth of Human Growth Hormone with him. If I had to guess, it’s sitting right next to his Gin and Oxycotin!

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Craig Titus

Craig Michael Titus was born in Wyandotte, Michigan on Jan 14, 1967. The eldest of Michael and Sandra Titus’ three children. In high school, Craig wrestled for his school team at 132lbs. After graduation, decided to put on some muscle via weight training. When Craig graduated from high school he was 5’6″ and 140lbs. By the age of 21, he was 5’9″ and 185lbs. Once he started weight training and seeing results, he was hooked. Craig’s first bodybuilding show was the 1988 Houston Bodybuilding Championships in which he won the Men’s Open middleweight class and the overall title.

Competitive Record

2002 Mr. Olympia – 11th
2002 Night of Champions XIV – 5th
2002 Southwest Pro – 7th
2001 British Grand Prix – 9th
2001 Mr. Olympia – 12th
2001 Arnold Classic – 6th
2000 Toronto Pro – 1st
2000 Arnold Classic – 10th
2000 Night of Champions – 11th
2000 Ironman Pro Invitational – 8th
1996 NPC USA Championships — 1st Heavyweight and Overall
1995 NPC USA Championships — 2nd Heavyweight
1994 NPC National Championships — 2nd Heavyweight
1994 NPC USA Championships — 2nd Heavyweight
1993 NPC USA Championships — 4th Heavyweight
1991 NPC Ironman/Ironmaiden — Overall
1990 NPC Tournament of Champions — 3rd Heavyweight
1990 NPC Western Cup — Overall
1989 NPC Houston Bodybuilding Championships — Overall