The Ryan Lochte Robbery Saga Continues!

So did Ryan Lochte really lie? He and his fellow teammates say they were robbed at gunpoint. But they did failed to leave out the details of what led up to the confrontation.   The U.S. Olympic Committee is calling the behavior of the 4-American swimmers unacceptable, and says it doesn’t represent the values of Team USA.  Lochte and 3-other swimmers are accused of lying about being robbed at gunpoint during the games in Rio de Janeiro.  Brazilian police say the swimmers were not victims of a robbery, and that they vandalized a gas station.   Police are reportedly recommending charges against Lochte and swimmer Jimmy Feigen.  But Feigen is donating $11-thousand dollars to charity in a bid to avoid prosecution after claims he and three other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint.  In exchange for the money to a Brazilian sports and education foundation, Feigen will be free to leave.  Fellow swimmers Ryan Lochte, Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger have already left Rio. No word on what fine or punishment, if any, Lochte or the others will face,

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