- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 30, 2010

BUFFALO, N.Y. | A person familiar with a federal investigation of a Canadian doctor accused of distributing human growth hormone says Tiger Woods has been interviewed in the case.

The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because the investigation of Dr. Anthony Galea is ongoing.

Woods previously has said he’s been treated by Galea, but did not receive any performance-enhancing drugs.

The New York Times first reported Woods‘ interview, citing two unidentified people.

Canadian authorities in October charged Galea, with selling Actovegin, conspiracy to import an unapproved drug, conspiracy to export a drug and smuggling. A May 18 U.S. criminal complaint charged him with conspiracy, smuggling, distributing human growth hormone and introducing an unapproved drug into interstate commerce.