Syracuse, N.Y. - Rush-Henrietta football player Ashton Broyld spoke publicly for the first time today about how he's dealing with a public lewdness charge.
"You know, we all make mistakes, you know, I'm learning a lot right now," Broyld said. "There is still more to be learned at this lesson. You know, I'm taking it day by day slowly as I can. You know, I'm becoming a better person now."
Back in March, Broyld is accused of exposing himself at a high school basketball game at the Blue Cross Arena.
Rochester Police later charged Broyld with public lewdness.
Broyld will be a freshman at Syracuse University in the fall and was recruited to play football.
He did not comment on the charge against him, but said he hopes to learn from this situation.
"You know, it's not over yet but at the end it will make me that much stronger. That's why I mean it's not over yet," Broyld said.