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Olympic Scandal! Ryan Lochte's Secret Criminal Past EXPOSED

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Source: FameFlynet

Aug. 5 2016, Updated 12:55 p.m. ET

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Move over, Michael Phelps. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has a shocking criminal past of his own! can exclusively reveal that the athlete was previously busted for urinating in public AND for disorderly conduct.

The 32-year-old, who is set to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, was cited and charged with disorderly conduct on March 25, 2010.

"Ryan S. Lochte was actively engaged in a physical fight with others … He was swinging his fists and arms in an attempt to strike others," a University of Florida Police officer wrote in documents exclusively obtained by Radar.

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The case was eventually dismissed on Aug. 3, 2010, after Lochte agreed to comply with the conditions set forth in a four-month deferred prosecution deal.

During the deal, the swimmer was mandated to do community service or to pay a fine.

But that wasn't the first time he had a run-in with the law. In 2005, the gold medalist was caught drunkenly peeing in public!

"I observed Mr. Lochte urinating between two vehicles. I could also smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him. Mr. Lochte was refereed to Judicial Affairs for this incident," an officer wrote in documents exclusively obtained by Radar.

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Similarly to his disorderly conduct case, Lochte was off the hook after completing his end of a three-month deferred prosecution deal.

Are you surprised by his bad boy behavior? Let us know in the comments!



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