“We Have Been Failed": Simone Biles And Other Gymnasts Testified On The FBI's Mishandling Of The Larry Nassar Case
Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, and Maggie Nichols said the FBI did not follow up on their reports of Larry Nassar's abuse for more than a year.
Olympic Organizations And The FBI Knew Larry Nassar Was Abusing Young Gymnasts But Didn’t Do Anything For Over A Year
A congressional report found that the agencies had opportunities to stop the doctor but failed to do so and “knowingly concealed” his abuse.
Michigan State's Interim President Will Resign After Saying Larry Nassar's Victims Are Enjoying "The Recognition"
John Engler submitted an 11-page letter to MSU board members Wednesday saying he would resign while also defending his tumultuous tenure.
Larry Nassar Said His Sexually Assaulting Hundreds Of Girls Should Have Just Been “A Medical Malpractice Case”
The special prosecutor investigating MSU said Nassar’s statements of remorse during his sentencing “were a farce.”
A high school athletic trainer claimed his unorthodox treatments would change players’ lives. Dozens of victims say school officials, including one who’s now a state lawmaker, kept “Doc’s” secrets.
“In stepping forward, you took a huge risk and you galvanized future generations to come forward, even when the odds are seemingly stacked against them.”
MSU’s Former President Has Been Charged With Lying To Police About The Larry Nassar Sex Abuse Investigation
Lou Anna Simon resigned from MSU the same day Nassar was sentenced.
The Former USA Gymnastics President Was Arrested For Allegedly Tampering With Evidence In The Larry Nassar Investigation
The indictment alleges that Steve Penny ordered the removal of documents related to the activities of the former team doctor and convicted serial child molester.
The allegations come from a lawsuit filed by a former MSU hockey player.
Debbie Van Horn was charged with sexual assault of a child and is accused of "acting as a party" in Nassar's abuse of young female athletes.
Kerry Perry resigned Monday night after just nine months on the job, and four days after coach Mary Lee Tracy was fired for contacting Nassar victim Aly Raisman.
As part of the settlement, MSU will set aside $75 million for future complaints against the former USA Gymnastics doctor.
"I don’t feel responsible," former USA Gymnastics coordinator Martha Karolyi said. "But I feel extremely hurt that these things happened and it happened everywhere but it happened here, also."
Maroney, who won gold and silver at the 2012 Olympics, spoke publicly for the first time this week about the abuse she suffered from the disgraced gymnastics doctor.
A Former Michigan State University Dean Allegedly Had A Video Of Larry Nassar "Treating" A Young Female Patient
William Strampel, a former dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Nassar's ex-boss, faces charges of sexual misconduct.
Emilie Morris got her high school cross-country coach to admit to sex crimes on tape. But when she unexpectedly died at age 35, the criminal case she’d fought to bring against him died, too.
Richard Callaghan's suspension began on March 6. Allegations against the coach go back to the 1990s.
The First Male Accuser Of Former Doctor Larry Nassar Says He Came Forward After Seeing The Bravery Of The Female Accusers
Jacob Moore was 16 when he says former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexually abused him. The doctor also allegedly molested his sister.
The gold medalist believes the investigation paid for by the organizations will not be sufficient to address the abuse of young athletes.
Scott Blackmun, who has led the US Olympic Committee since 2010, is the latest official to step down over the organization's handling of abuse allegations against the US gymnastics team doctor.
The US Olympics Committee Says Its CEO Did "The Right Thing" Handling The Larry Nassar Abuse Scandal
"We think that he did what he was supposed to do and did the right thing at every turn,” US Olympic Committee Chair Larry Probst said of under-fire CEO Scott Blackmun.
There's A Criminal Investigation Into A Former USA Gymnastics Coach Accused Of Enabling Larry Nassar
Several gymnasts said John Geddert was physically and emotionally abusive to them.
Ex-USA Gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar Was Sentenced For A Second Time For Sexually Abusing Girls And Women
Two weeks ago the former USA Gymnastics doctor was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison in Ingham County Court. On Monday, he got 40 to 125 years in an additional case.
Randall Margraves charged at Nassar after two of his daughters delivered victim impact statements.
The number of known victims of Larry Nassar is 256, judge Janice Cunningham said.
Biles, who praised the judge who sentenced the abusive doctor for giving his victims so much time to speak, said she had not yet undergone counseling to process what she had gone through.
The committee said last week that if all remaining USA Gymnastics board members did not resign promptly, their status as the sport's national governing body would be terminated.
The US Department of Education is probing whether the school violated the law in its handling of reports of Larry Nassar's sexual assaults. "My heart breaks for the survivors of Larry Nassar’s disgusting crimes," said Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee sent letters to USA Gymnastics, the US Olympic Committee, and Michigan State University.
Following the sentencing of abusive former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the gold medalist said she still doesn't believe justice has been served.
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina told Nassar it was an "honor and privilege" to sentence him to prison. She said she wants people to focus on his victims.
More than 100 women, many of them US gymnasts, delivered victim impact statements during Larry Nassar's sentencing.
Michigan's attorney general announced Saturday that an independent special prosecutor will lead the state's "ongoing investigation into what the heck is happening at Michigan State University."
Texas authorities wouldn't release further details. Several gymnasts have said that Dr. Larry Nassar abused them there.
Gymnasts have called out the organization for not protecting them from Larry Nassar, the organization's former doctor who pleaded guilty to abusing young athletes in his care.
How is this not a bigger scandal? Perhaps because most people only care about gymnastics once every four years — and all the victims were girls and women.
"Both USA Gymnastics and the US Olympic Committee have been quick to capitalize on and celebrate my success. But did they reach out when I came forward? No."
The six-time Olympic medalist spoke during the fourth day of impact statements at Larry Nassar's sentencing hearing.
"A Monster Of A Human Being": Here's McKayla Maroney's Powerful Statement About The Gymnastics Doctor Who Abused Her
Meanwhile, Larry Nassar submitted a letter to the court saying he was concerned about his mental ability to continue to face statements from victims — Thursday was the third day. The judge dismissed his complaints.
Larry Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first-degree criminal sexual abuse for molesting young athletes under the guise of medical treatment.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges Maroney was "forced to enter" into a confidential settlement after years of sexual abuse by former Olympics team doctor Larry Nassar.
He faces at least 25 years behind bars.
Raisman's former teammate McKayla Maroney has also accused the longtime USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar of sexual abuse.
The gymnast, a two-time Olympic medalist, spoke out about the alleged abuse on Twitter as part of the #MeToo movement.
The women, including at least one Olympic gymnast, said they were molested by a doctor, and USA Gymnastics didn't do enough to protect them.
The athletes said USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University failed to protect them from Larry Nassar.