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"I am terribly sorry and embarrassed for my conduct and poor judgment that I’ve used recently," Anderson wrote in the post on his personal Facebook page, according to a UCLA spokesman and confirmed by his attorney, Jon Artz. "I have embarrassed my family, friends, teammates, coaches and university and I am extremely sorry for that."
"I will not be attending any social events and I am saddened and disappointed for my lack of judgment," the post said.
"He was involved in this party and now he’s not and he’s trying to make it clear," Artz said. "He had the event scheduled prior to making huge mistake. Now he's not going to this party or any party."
“Just to clarify any misunderstandings I will not be hosting, attending, or doing any promoting for any parties or events. So if anyone was or is wondering if I was still a host for the “I Love College Athlete Party” I have removed myself from the event and have no affiliation with it whatsoever.”