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.
"I should have been much more responsible in how I handled myself, and for that am sorry to my team mates," he said on Instagram.
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Lochte, Bentz and Conger have returned to the United States, while Feigen was still in Brazil on Friday morning. Feigen will pay $11,000 to a Brazilian charity, police said. (Writing by Ossian Shine; Editing by Mark Bendeich)