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Ryan Lochte’s three teammates reportedly told USOC same lie

The four U.S. swimmers who were involved in an incident at a gas station in Rio over the weekend all told the U.S. Olympic Committee the same story, according to a report. Of course, much of the important information was missing and some of it was a blatant lie. TMZ learned on Friday that all four swimmers — Ryan Lochte, Jimmy Feigen, Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger — told the USOC the same story about being randomly robbed at gunpoint.
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