A Brazilian judge has ordered American swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen to stay in Rio as police investigate an alleged robbery from early Sunday morning.
Lochte, Feigen and two other swimmers said they were robbed at gunpoint while trying to re-enter the Olympic village early Sunday morning. The story was widely picked up, but Rio police have cast doubt on Lochte’s claims, with an official telling the Associated Press that they have found no evidence to support the swimmers’ allegations.
More inconsistencies have been found in Lochte’s robbery story since Sunday, including the time he and his teammates returned to the village, as well which belongings Lochte had taken from him in the alleged hold-up.
Lochte participated in two events at the Rio games, winning gold in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay.