The attorney for former Ohio State assistant Zach Smith told ESPN that his client would not be commenting “through the media” on the disturbing domestic assault allegations made by his ex-wife. While Smith might be avoiding the press, it appears he has turned to social media to react to the allegations made against him.

The “bio” section of Smith’s verified Twitter account simply reads “#NotMe.” At least one reporter, Sarah Wynn of FOX 28 Columbus, interprets the bio as a flip on the #MeToo campaign, which encourages women to come forward and share their stories of experiences involving harassment, assault as well as any other mistreatment via inappropriate or illegal behavior displayed by male colleagues, co-workers and romantic partners. Her tweet with the screen shot of Smith’s bio is embedded below. A reply to Wynn’s tweet says the change was made recently. That claim has not been verified.

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At the time of this posting, Smith’s Twitter bio still reads “#NotMe.”

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