The martial arts sportsman later explained on his Facebook , in a post which has since been deleted, that he was "threatened with arrest" if he did not get into the private auto with the men. Jason Lee , a jiu-jitsu athlete from New Zealand who lives in Rio to train for MMA, claims to be the recent victim of a crime that might be the most concerning to date.

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