“Sexual abuse survivors have endured an exhausting journey only to learn now that their long-awaited day in court is postponed to an unknown date. I reassure my clients, as well as survivors everywhere, that there is a silver lining. This pause in the court system may ultimately make their cases stronger.”
The experiences of Larry Nassar’s victims are at the center of award-winning author Abigail Pesta’s latest book, “The Girls: An All-American Town, a Predatory Doctor and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him Down.”
As USA Gymnastics looks to place a new CEO and president, survivors and former team members Tasha and Jordan Schwikert are demanding the organization finally commits to changing course.
Michigan State University students have become a voice for change in the wake of Larry Nassar’s trials—confronting corruption at and demanding accountability from one of the largest universities in the country.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement and in the wake of gymnastic doctor Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse trial, Congress members of both parties vote to protect young athletes.
The former gymnast claims the organizations were well aware of Larry Nassar’s decades-long abuse and molestation of young athletes—and did nothing to intervene.
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina sentenced Larry Nassar, a now-disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor accused of sexual assault and abuse by over 160 girls and women, to up to 175 years in prison—telling him she had “just signed [his] death warrant.”