“I’m shocked to hear that they would go to such measures in an effort to further investigate the incident as he has been nothing but cooperative with authorities,” Ostrow told TMZ. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte recently revealed to Cosmopolitan magazine that he’s had his fair share of terrible dates, but one in particular stands out for its sheer awkwardness.They said they were robbed by men posing as police officers, adding the group initially didn’t contact the U. Olympic Committee because they were “afraid (they’d) get in trouble.” The story made quick waves Sunday, especially after Lochte, 32, detailed the alleged encounter on the “Today” show.Lochte’s account has come under increased scrutiny since then.James Feigen is also communicating with local authorities and intends to make further statements regarding the incident on Thursday, as well," Sandusky said."We will continue to provide updated information as it is appropriate." Olympic officer shot in head after wrong turn into Rio slum A fourth swimmer, James Feigen, reportedly checked in online for the same flight but never showed at the airport.Jun 28, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Ryan Lochte reacts after the men's freestyle 200m finals in the U. Olympic swimming team trials at Century Link Center.
Lochte has been all over Reid's Instagram for the past couple of months. " People reports that Reid has even joined the Olympian swimmer in Rio.
Blank ordered that Lochte and Feigen’s passports be seized as police looked to question both men.
Cops went to the athletes’ village, but the swimmers were gone.
” Lochte told Us at an Airweave So Ho event in March.
“I mean, I just never really tried to go out and date.