Former Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith took to the Twitterverse on Wednesday to break his silence, saying in a number of posts that he believes that people in the media, including ESPN, have hurt his children as well as Ohio State football players, staff and fans.

Smith on Wednesday tweeted that “the truth will come out” about his ex-wife’s allegations.  

Zach Smith was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault in 2009 while working as a graduate assistant on Meyer’s staff at the University of Florida. He was not charged with a crime

Smith also was arrested on drunken-driving charges in 2013 and pleaded guilty to lesser charges. He said he didn’t tell Meyer about the arrest. He retweeted this below after he broke his silence. 

If he’s trying to get some sympathy, I think it’s a little late for that. Good luck with the job hunt Zach.