Baywatch Actors Forced to Take Steroids

The new Baywatch movie starring Zac Efron, Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, and Priyanka Chopra is said to be released in the summer of 2017. This highly anticipated movie has drawn lots of attention, mainly because of the body transformations Zac and Dwayne have undergone. Both of these huge stars have had enviable bodies for a while, but this has taken it to a whole new level.

In a recent interview, Efron told CelebsUncovered, “In order to fulfill this role in the movie, I had to stick to an intense workout and diet plan.” Everyone can easily see the transformation from healthy teen to ripped man. The producers revealed that both Efron and Johnson had trainers who took their bodybuilding to a whole new level. Efron even said that in four months, he had gained 18 pounds of muscle!

Although most people are praising the stars transformations, there have been signs that these men had been forced to take steroids in order to gain this much muscle and strength in such a short amount of time.  

We talked to Daniel Lee, a corticosteroid, or doctor that works with steroid cases, and he said that the amount of weight gain seems very likely to be linked with the use of steroids. He told us that some major signs of illegal steroid use are increased muscle size, unusually fast muscle growth, and oily hair. These are all qualities that both men have recently possessed. Further research is still being done, but one thing is for sure; if the steroids were used to make Zac Efron and Dwayne Johnson have unnaturally perfect physiques, then Baywatch will be sued, and both men will lose any future in acting.


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