Manti Te’o Admits to Lying to the Media


In an interview with ABC News correspondent Katie Couric taped on January 22nd, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o admitted to lying to the media in the wake of his girlfriend scandal. The

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football player was duped in an online hoax in which the woman he thought he was dating, and had died of cancer did not actually exist. Reporters have followed the case enthusiastically since the story came to light on January 16th, and some holes in his story were exposed. Te’o discovered he was being duped, and that Kekua

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was fictitious on December 6th. However, he publicly referred to his girlfriend during his participation in the finals for the Heisman Trophy, an award given for the best college football player in the country on December 8th. Previously, Te’o thought his girlfriend had died on September 12th, until he received a phone call on December 6th revealing the scam. Te’o may have panicked at the thought of revealing his embarrassment publicly. His parents were also in the interview, and defended their son, saying that he is not a liar. Most view him as a devout Christian and talented athlete.

Te’o was tricked by Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who used pictures of Diane O’Meara without her consent, to establish a relationship with the football player. The two women went to high school together, but were not close friends. Tuiasosopo called O’Meara to apologize when Deadspin made the scandal public. She has also apologized to Te’o via a private message on twitter. However, the woman has not publicly admitted to the scam or her involvement. Tuiasosopo also impersonated the fictional Lennay Kekua to Polynesian beauty queen Tessi Toluta’u, who was supposed to meet Kekua and then met Tuiasosopo when Kekua was no where to be found. Te’o hopes to move on with his life, and wishes that the media would leave him alone.

Source and image courtesy of ABC News.