American swimmer Jimmy Feigen finally gets to go home, but it will cost him about $11,000. He will donate roughly that amount to an unspecified charity and get his passport back under a deal struck with Brazilian authorities, reports NBC News. "And with that the case is resolved," says his Rio attorney.
Feigen and Ryan Lochte told a now infamous tale of being robbed that has quickly unraveled this week: Brazil's investigation concludes that there was no robbery—the swimmers vandalized a gas station's bathroom, were questioned by security guards, and handed over $50 before leaving. Two other swimmers involved have been questioned and released. Lochte is already back in the US, and it's unclear if he might face charges. More developments here. (Read more Rio Olympics stories.)