Simone Biles found herself the victim of the latest hacking scandal regarding Olympic athletes.
Russian computer hackers acquired and published documents from the World Anti-Doping Agency's athlete database, which revealed private medical information about the gymnast as well as Serena Williams and Venus Williams—all three of which were reportedly given medical exemptions to use banned drugs.
The documents show that Biles—who took home four gold medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics—tested positive for a banned drug on WADA's list, though there was no misuse of drugs.
The International Gymnastics Federation has declined to comment so far, but the athlete still took to Twitter herself to release a statement and reiterate that she did not do anything illegal.
"I have ADHD and I have taken medicine for it since I was a kid," she wrote. "Please know, I believe in clean sport, have always followed the rules, and will continue to do so as fair play is critical to sport and is very important to me."
The World Anti-Doping Agency's director general also released a statement, saying, "WADA deeply regrets this situation and is very conscious of the threat that it represents to athletes whose confidential information has been divulged through this criminal act."
The hackers, who go by the name Fancy Bear, warned that they planned to release the medical records of even more athletes from around the world again soon.
"This is just the tip of the iceberg," a statement posted to the Fancy Bear's website said. "Today's sport is truly contaminated while the world is unaware of the large number of American doping athletes."