Ryan Lochte Arrest Odds Posted at MyBookie

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The online gambling website MyBookie.ag confirmed to Gambling911.com Thursday that it has been offering odds on demand whether US swimmer Ryan Lochte still getting arrested by Brazilian authorities.

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Both Lochte and fellow Jimmy Feigen could still face serious charges, and Rio de Janeiro civil police chief Fernando Veloso told ESPN on Thursday that the investigation is continuing into what happened early Sunday morning at a gas station outside of Rio.

Lochte and the other American swimmers claimed they had been robbed at gunpoint this week in Rio.  Brazilian authorities claim the athletes were drunk and were stopped for vandalism.

The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) issued an apology after the departure of Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger, two other swimmers involved in the incident who were apprehended by Brazilian authorities.  Lochte had already departed the country before authorities could question him.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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