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Man Speaks Out About Threesome Gone Wrong

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It's a story that makes some people feel uncomfortable and others laugh, but for the local man involved it just makes him sad.

Ashley Hunter's name went viral after being charged in what was quickly labeled as a "threesome gone wrong," and he says it is ruining his life. 

Claiming the whole story wasn't reported, Hunter contacted Valley News Team's Lisa Budeau in hopes we could shed light on something he initially hoped would be private.

"Most of the things I have done... I have done in survival mode," Ashley Hunter explains as he starts his story.

He admits he's no angel, but when his sexual escapades became news headlines everything changed for him.

"I was embarrassed that a choice I made in my house was exposed to the world. And not only that, it was attached to things that were not true. "

Hunter would agree it was a "threesome gone wrong," but not like it was reported in the police report. So, he explains it in his own words.

"Pretty much what happened is we were having a sexual act, and, I won't go into the details. Once he did what he did, or attempted, I grabbed my knife and said you need to get out of here."

Hunter says as a former convict he can't own a gun, but keeps a knife in his couch to protect himself.

Lisa Budeau: "The victim says you stabbed him in the arm. How do you explain that?"

Hunter: "When he is in the bathroom, I have the knife tucked, when he came out it was up just naturally... natural reaction... you come flying out at me and we are both drunk. We collapse and collide."

The other man, Orlando Dewitt, then ran out of the house and down a north Fargo alley. Naked and bleeding, it is easy to see why the story was picked up. In fact, it went viral. A search of Hunter's name on the Internet comes up with thousands of stories.

Lisa Budeau: "This will be on the Internet for the rest of your life."

Ashley: "Maybe when I am old and gray and I can look back and say I am doing better now."

That's why Hunter is talking now. He says the incident has ruined his life.

"Everybody looks people up, I put my name on a application and people look me up and they get scared. That is not who I am."

Hunter entered an alford plea in a plea deal in Cass County Court. By entering an alford plea, Hunter admits there is enough evidence to convict him, but he maintains his innocence. The aggravated assault charge was dropped to a simple assault charge, and Hunter was sentenced to 34 days already served in jail and two years probation.

As for the other two people involved, we were not able to get in contact with the man who was allegedly stabbed, Orlando Dewitt. The woman involved has also moved out of the area.

The judge has ordered no contact between Hunter and Dewitt, but Hunter says he would like to apologize to the woman for getting her involved in this story that gets everyone talking.

Check out this story Thursday night on Valley News Live 10@10.

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