"I didn't think the process was fair," Wells told CBSSports.com. "I went into it as guilty and having to prove my innocence instead of them having to prove that I was guilty. I feel like everyone rushed the process and panicked. They went with a gut feel. I understand the severity of the accusations. Rape is one of the highest felonies in the world, but I think they just panicked."
Wells said the incident started innocently as a game of "Truth or Dare," and evolved into consensual sex — not sexual assault as his fellow student alleged.