On Friday, fellow Team USA swimmer Gunnar Bentz also said he was sorry about the scandal. In case you somehow missed this, his teammate claimed to have been robbed at gunpoint while in Rio de Janeiro, even though that didn't actually happen.
The Olympian issued a statement apologizing for everything that happened:
"I want to offer a sincere apology to the United States Olympic Committee, USA Swimming, the extraordinary women and men of Team USA, and the University of Georgia. Being a member of the Olympic Swimming Team was an honor and a dream come true. The accomplishments of my teammates were awe-inspiring and I'm so pleased I got to see them up close. I regret this situation has drawn attention away from the Olympics, which have been hosted so incredibly well by Brazil and its citizens."
At the same time, the athlete also insisted he never lied about the situation and was never a suspect in the controversy, adding: