I was a 'drugs runner' for Lance Armstrong - masseuse

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Former US Postal worker 'drugs runner' claims

Lance Armstrong's former personal masseuse tells BBC Radio 5 live that she was used by the cyclist as a "drugs runner" in the doping scandal.

Emma O'Reilly was also team assistant for the US Postal team and alleges that she rented a car in France to take the cyclist a package of pills.

She's been speaking to 5 live for "Peddlers - Cycling's Dirty Truth" a special in depth 5 live sport investigation at 19:00 BST on Monday which focuses on drugs in cycling throughout the Armstrong era.

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