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US swimmer Lochte apologizes for Rio behavior, doesn't admit lying

U.S. gold medalist swimmer Ryan Lochte on Friday apologized for his behavior at the Olympics after being accused by Brazilian police of inventing a story about an armed robbery to cover for some bad behavior at a gas station.

US Olympic Committee apologizes for swimmers' behavior

Jimmy Feigen, one of the accused swimmers, will pay $11,000 to a Brazilian charity to settle the dispute over their claim that they'd been robbed.

US swimmers pulled off plane in Rio over robbery story discrepancies

A Brazilian judge ruled that the swimmers' passports should be seized after discrepancies emerged in their accounts of what transpired after the four athletes left a dance party at an official Olympic hospitality venue.

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