"My story and my life are real. I am a real human being. While I may have tweeted out of anger, I in no way regret standing up for myself, nor do I regret calling out the only other man who has had decision making power concerning my image and legacy these past years," Schultz wrote on his public Facebook page. "I apologize for the harshness of my language, but I am firm in where I stand. I will gladly go to any lengths to protect and safeguard the integrity and truth of my story, my life, my character and my legacy. If that's not worth fighting over while I'm still alive, I don't know what is."
Over the course of multiple tweets on Dec. 31, Schultz, a Gold medal-winning wrestler played by Channing Tatum in "Foxcatcher," slammed Miller ("I HATE BENNETT MILLER") and the film itself ("I hate it"). HuffPost Entertainment took screenshots of the tweets before they were deleted.