Rodriguez, whose Miami-based company Wellness Fitness Nutrition was raided by the Drug Enforcement Agency in February a year ago following a yearlong investigation, named Reigns as one of his clients.
The initial allegations came from Rodriguez in an interview with filmmaker Jon Bravo released on YouTube last week. In addition to Reigns, Rodriguez also names Hollywood stars Josh Duhamel and Mark Wahlberg.
WFN's client list included "at least 50 customers in the Eastern District of New York" in a ring that made over $10 million in the distribution of illegal steroids, Forbes reports.
If Reigns involvement is proved, he could be facing a suspension from WWE for 60 days for a second strike.
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Reigns has been previously suspended by WWE before.
"I have never heard of Richard Rodriguez or Wellness Fitness Nutrition", the statement read, per ESPN.com's Tim Fiorvanti.
The 6ft 3in, 265lb, Reigns is known for his time with the fan favourite faction The Shield, and is expected to once again headline Wrestlemania - WWE's biggest show - in April.
Roman Reigns failed a wellness test back in June of 2016, but it was reported at the time that his failure was for the prescription drug Adderall and was not steroid related. "I learned from the mistake I made almost two years ago and paid the penalty for it".