Baseball Major League Baseball isn't going to lift a lifetime ban of former New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia for PED use anytime soon, but his attorney is going after the governing body on his own. Mejia's attorney, Vincent White, announced that a news conference will be held Thursday in New York to "reveal a lawsuit that will have just been filed along with uncovering years of corruption inside Major League Baseball, specifically alleging past activities of Commissioner Bud Selig, current Commissioner Rob Manfred and many that work fort the Commissioner’s Office." MORE: A look back: Congress takes on PEDs in baseballIn March, Mejia, who failed three tests for PEDs in a 10-month timeframe, blamed his most recent positive drug test on  and its “dirty cop tactics." “I felt there was a conspiracy against me," Mejia said at the time. "I feel that they were trying to find something to

bring me down in my career.”White, too, claimed Mejia was the victim of a league witch hunt that conspired to bring him down."A detailed multi-year investigation has brought many items to light including statements from former employees that have included the breaking of state and federal laws, invasion of privacy, computer hacking, extortion threat, and obstruction of justice," the White said in a statement. denied allegations from Mejia and his lawyer in March, calling them “wild” and “unsupported." Despite the tumultuous relationship between the two sides,  commissioner Rob Manfred has said Mejia will be given "fair consideration" for reinstatement when he's eligible in 2018.This article has been corrected. White is filing suit against .