The attorney for Nebraska running back Maurice Washington III has issued a statement regarding the “revenge porn” charges his client is facing in California.

Monday, NBC Bay Area reported that Washington was facing criminal charges in connection to a video of a teen being sexually assaulted in 2016. According to the report, Washington did not record the video and was not involved in the assault, but he’s accused of keeping the video on his phone and sending it to the victim last March, along with a message saying “Remember this hoe [sic].”

John C. Ball, Washington’s attorney, issued a statement later on Monday, saying that the reports are “not true.”

“The narrative put forth today is that Mr. Washington used a video as a weapon to re-victimize his former high school girlfriend. That is not true,” Ball said in a statement. “Without a doubt, Mr. Washington had absolutely nothing to do with that sexual assault.

“The communications between these two young people are yet to be fully determined, and there are additional facts and circumstances that give context and perspective to this situation.”

Per NBC, the video was recorded in 2016 and the victim was only 15 at the time of the assault. Washington is the second person to be criminally charged in connection with the video. The victim said she was ashamed to report the incident, but claims the video shows an assault, not a consensual act.

Nebraska also issued a statement on the situation on Tuesday.

“Last fall we were contracted by the Nebraska Attorney General’s office and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln police department and made aware that officials in California were interested in interviewing Maurice Washington about a prior incident. Details were not shared and there was no additional follow up with the Nebraska Athletic Department. Recently, we were made aware that charges may be filed against Maurice in California. We have not had a chance to review the charges, and will continue to monitor this ongoing legal process.”

Washington just completed his freshman season with the Huskers, rushing for 455 yards and three touchdowns on 77 carries while appearing in 11 games. He also had 24 receptions for 221 yards and a score.