Five-time Olympic swimming medalist Klete Keller was accused Wednesday of taking an interest in a lethal riot at the U.S. Capitol after video arose that seemed to show him among those raging the structure a week ago.
A FBI grumbling documented in U.S. Region Court, refering to screen captures from the video, mentioned a warrant accusing Keller of purposely entering a confined structure to hinder an authority government work, muddled lead, and deterring law officials during the startling trial.
It wasn’t clear on the off chance that he had been arrested.
A large number of allies of President Donald Trump raged the Capitol during a joint meeting of Congress on Jan. 6 while officials met to formalize the triumph of President-elect Joe Biden.
The 38-year-old Keller contended in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics. He caught two golds and a silver as an individual from the 800-meter free-form transfer, just as a couple of individual bronzes in the 400 free.
Messages looking for input were not returned by Keller or his sister, previous Olympic swimmer Kalyn Keller.
Keller’s supposed support in the Capitol fight was first announced for the current week by SwimSwam, a site devoted to covering serious swimming and other sea-going games.