The story is dead.
About 130 pages back I said that he'd keep quiet momentarily. Let things cool off a tad while formulating your story. After a few days, do a one on one interview giving HIS side of the story with every answer and detail coached and massaged into the most favorable light.
Since nothing is going to court over this, his interview would serve as the last real big "news" to come out. Official phone and credit card records will never see the light of day, so the real concrete evidence will never come out to confirm or refute Te'o's version. ESPN and the love the "victim" angle because it allows them to save a minimal amount of face. Then the story dies, at least until draft time.