Both were charged with a felony count of tampering with evidence in the case and were offered plea agreements and about one year of probation in exchange for their testimony.
Long, Vandenburg's attorney, confronted Finley about the messages Finley and Vandenburg exchanged during the alleged rape.
"I'd been drinking and I made a statement that I didn't mean and I'm really sorry for making that statement."Also Wednesday, Lauren Miller, the former roommate of the alleged victim, said she woke up the morning after the alleged crime and found her roommate's black high heel on the lawn outside their condo.
She said the next time she saw her roommate, the woman had a gash in her knee and bruises on her legs and buttocks.
She outlined what happened in the Vanderbilt dorm where the alleged rape took place and urged jurors to rely on "uncontradicted" video and photo evidence when they deliberate.