Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei, the Rutgers University freshmen accused of bullying Tyler Clementi to death, deny they transmitted a sexual encounter between Clementi and another man, the Star-Ledger reported.

According to their lawyers, the freshmen accused of invading Clementi's privacy never transmitted the sexually explicit video that prompted Clementi to take his own life.

“Nothing was transmitted beyond one computer and what was seen was only viewed for a matter of seconds,” Steve Altman, Ravi's attorney, told the paper.

Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge to his death on September 22 after learning that his roommate, Ravi, had secretly streamed live video of him having sex onto the Internet.

Wei's attorney also claims the broadcast was limited and only showed the two men hugging and kissing.

“I'm unaware of any evidence of sexual contact,” Rubin Sinins said. “I'm also unaware of any evidence that any video was recorded, reproduced or disseminated in any way.”

Both students have withdrawn from Rutgers. Wei's lawyer said the 18-year-old student quit out of fear for her life. Ravi, also 18, transferred out of Rutgers to another school.

Ravi and Wei have been charged with invading 18-year-old Clementi's privacy, but New Jersey officials have said they are considering charging the pair with committing a hate crime because Clementi was gay.

Ravi is free on $25,000 bail and Wei is free on her own recognizance.

Ravi has said he hopes the public won't rush to judgment. Wei's attorney has denied her guilt, saying she's “a wonderful, caring and talented young woman with a bright future.”

Clementi's death sparked a nationwide debate on gay teens being bullied to death.