U.S. sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson may not be running in the upcoming Olympics, but she’s gotten an endorsement offer related to the reason she’s not competing in the first place.
In the offer letter, which was uncovered by TMZ, a representative for Dr. Dabber expresses sympathy for Richardson’s suspension.
There is no word from Richardson’s team on whether she’s considering the offer.
Richardson became a national sensation after she ran the 100 meter dash in 10.86 seconds at the Olympic trials in Eugene, Ore., last month.
Richardson’s Olympic dreams were dashed when she was suspended from the U.S. Track and Field team for 30 days for testing positive for marijuana after the trials.
Though Richardson still qualified to compete in the Olympics as part of the U.S. 4×100 meter relay team, U.S. Track and Field did not select her for the team.
“I know what I did. I know what I’m supposed to do, I’m allowed not to do and I still made that decision.” She later added, “Don’t judge me because I am human.” Despite the controversy surrounding her, Richardson’s other major endorsement has not gone away.