A couple of months ago a huge story broke out regarding Philadelphia Flyers forward Jori Lehtera. 

He was named as a suspect in a massive cocaine bust which took place at his summer cottage in Tampere.

Lehtera and his lawyers denied any connection to the case and he said his innocence would be proven but it doesn't look like the courts feel the same way. 

The Flyers forward was officially charged on Monday with buying drugs from a cocaine distribution ring in Finland. 

The documents reveal that Lehtera seems to be more of a customer than a drug kingpin as he's been charged with buying eight grams of cocaine and the prosecution is looking for a five month sentence. 

The NHL has no plans to intervene in the case. 

"We understand Lehtera plans to contest the charges," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly wrote in an email to the Courier-Post's Dave Isaac. "No current intention to intervene (by the NHL)."

The Flyers play the Hurricanes on Monday.