Carmel, Ind.—The attorney for former Carmel student and basketball player, Oscar Falodun, is speaking on behalf of his client. He said his client is truly sorry for hurting another student, but was not responsible for an alleged sexual attack on the back of a school bus.
"Each of these boys has to stand or fall upon their own actions," said Falodun's attorney, Mark Sullivan.
Sullivan said he wants the public to know his 18 year-old client is apologizing for his role in the locker room attack.
"He's very sorry that this whole thing happened, he's very remorseful. He feels very badly for anything he may have done that caused harm," said Mark Sullivan.
Sullivan said the way the case has played out, "It's as if Oscar had a role in the bus incident when he did not at all. In fact, he was at a Kentucky school when it happened," said Sullivan.
Falodun said he wasn't close with Laskowski, Kitzinger and Hoge, the other three boys now charged.
"He (Falodun) was a member of the ball team with those three, but he didn't socialize with them," said Sullivan.
He said his client had no part in any direct sexual attack. He wants to make sure the public knows "that Oscar is held responsible for his own acts not those of others," said Sullivan.
Sullivan is also releasing new information to Fox59 News saying the locker room attack January 8th happened after the Basketball team's weightlifting class. Sullivan also added the entire basketball team was in the locker room at the time.