of being labelled a drug cheat and not being able to clear my name was soul destroying and something I would not wish upon my worst enemy,” said Keat, who is being represented by Californian-based law firm Howard L. Jacobs. “All it’s about is me clearing my name. I wouldn’t care if I don’t get anything as long as I can name this company and not have any other athlete going through what I went through. It’s cost me an arm and a leg. I still owe over $60,000 in legal bills that I’m paying back so if I can get them paid at least, I’d be happy”
Despite an appeal hearing where the Court Arbitration for Sport accepted Keat’s positive drug test was due to supplement contamination, she was still determined to clear her name and pursue legal action.