Lance Armstrong's Winfrey Confession: The Fallout

New allegations of bad behavior emerge from people the cyclist allegedly wronged.
2:05 | 01/16/13

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Now, to lance armstrong and the fallout after his admission to oprah, that he doped to win THE tour de France and other races during his cycling career. Now, there's new allegations from people close to armstrong. People that also claimed that armstrong wronged them. Abc's neal karlinsky has the story. Reporter: On the internet today, they're changing those famous yellow wristbands from livestrong to liestrong. One measure of fallout from lance armstrong's tell-all oprah moment. We agreed there would be no conditions on this interview. Reporter: Where he will explain why he used performance-enhancing drugs. We were mesmerized and riveted by some of his answers. He certainly had prepared himself for this moment. Reporter: A moment armstrong's former personal assistant says he never saw coming. Mike anderson is speaking out to abc news from new zealand, in his first televised interview. He made the mistakes. But there were guys behind the scenes who built him up, who sold that lie tohe public. Lance armstrong just CONFIRMED HIS tour de France win. Reporter: It's not just the lying. But the years of lies. What am I on? I'm on my bike. Reporter: The adamant, vicious denials, even under oath. How could it have taken place when I've never taken performance-enhancing drugs? How could that have hapned? That was my point. Noou don't ll. How many times do I have to say it? Reporter: Few saw that side up close like anderson, who says the man behind the oakleys, viciously guarded his secret, protecting it at all costs, no matter who was hurt. I was witness to cruelty on a number of occasions. It was a concerted effort to make a pot of money. And those of us who called him out were destroyed. Reporter: The question is, will anything armstrong says, when the interview actually , repair the massive amount of damage and lost faith? Elizabeth? That is a question to be answered. All right, neal. Thank you so much.

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