The Olympic champion Simone Biles called out an article about her connection to Larry Nassar, writing, "I won't be labeled by Larry Nassar's abuse."
Aly Raisman, pictured during the 2016 Summer Olympics, is speaking out about abuse in gymnastics. Dateline dug deep into the charges of abuse that have rocked the gymnastics world — but Aly Raisman says not deep enough. Raisman, who was among the more than 250 gymnasts abused by disgraced team doctor Larry Nassar, appeared on the program’s “Silent No More” special on Sunday to share her story.
The couple credited with training some of the world's best gymnasts have been accused of turning a blind eye to the abuse that occurred at their Texas ranch.
Gold medal gymnast Aly Raisman has alleged a US Gymnastics team coach may have known about the sexual abuse of Larry Nassar since 2011. "We would talk about it amongst ourselves...And one of my teammates described in graphic detail what Nassar had done to her the night before. Nassar was found guilty in November 2017 and sentenced to up to 125 years in prison on several charges of abuse and child pornography last month.
Larry Nassar was sentenced to 175 years in prison for sexual assault, but no one can stop talking about the brave victims and the judge who put him away for good.
Aly Raisman says more people need to be held accountable for the sexual abuse that more than 160 girls suffered at the hands of disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar.
“Your decision to assault was precise, calculated, manipulative, devious, despicable,” the judge told Nassar as she sentenced him to 40 to 175 years in prison.
Former national gymnastics champion and Olympic hopeful Mattie Larson delivered a powerful victim impact statement in court on Tuesday to the disgraced physician Larry Nassar.
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who’s presiding over the case in Lansing, Mich., will hear statements from many of the women — given either by standing before Nassar or through letters read aloud in court.