Alabama basketball is preparing to start its NCAA Tournament journey, but more details from January’s fatal shooting that took the life of Jamea Harris have come to light.

According to a Wednesday report from Billy Witz with The New York Times, freshman walk-on Kai Spears was also present in Brandon Miller’s car at the time of the shooting. That car was struck with bullets but neither player was struck. Spears’ presence at the scene had not been previously reported.

“I’m sorry, I’m not going to be able to speak about that,” Spears said when asked about the report Wednesday night, per Witz.

An Alabama spokesperson said in a statement to the NYT story is inaccurate.

“Based on the information we have, there were no current student-athletes present at the scene other than Brandon Miller and Jaden Bradley, who are both fully cooperating witnesses,” the UA spokesperson said. “From the outset, UA Athletics has fully cooperated with law enforcement and supported their investigation.”

Alabama and head coach Nate Oats have been criticized for their handling of the situation and playing Brandon Miller despite Miller’s alleged involved that night. Oats revealed Wednesday that Miller is being accompanied by a security guard during the NCAA Tournament due to messages and online threats directed at Miller.