Boyce and the second former gymnast are two of four athletes Outside the Lines has interviewed who say they told Michigan State coaches or trainers in the late s about Nassar's invasive methods. Geddert would go on to become the most decorated women's gymnastics coach in state history, coaching more than 50 U. Nassar saw patients for another 16 months while he remained under criminal investigation. Nassar gave her a floor pass from the Olympic Games signed by gold medalist Nastia Liukin and allowed Guerrero to sit in the room throughout the treatment. We don't want this to get out.
Gina Nichols says Penny repeated his initial request for discretion in several conversations over the ensuing months, requests that struck her, an operating room nurse, and her husband John, a physician, as odd. She also was accused of removing some of Nassar's patient files from the sports clinic after he was fired by MSU in That sentence could be added to the 60 years in prison he received last month after pleading guilty to federal child pornography charges. She doesn't recall the doctor ever asking her questions about the abuse when her parents were absent or trying to determine whether her side of the story was true. Stephens, then a young teenager, was not at the meeting, and Nassar denied any wrongdoing. Stephens, whose father did not believe that she had been abused, says the fact she refused to apologize to Nassar was a constant subject in what had become a contentious relationship with her father. Instead, the prosecutor instructed a police officer to tell Nassar that he should have a witness present whenever he performed an intravaginal treatment and to explain it fully before doing it. He routinely pressured her to admit that what she had told them about Nassar was a lie. It was a terrible feeling as a parent because you do feel like you've dropped the ball. I just wasn't going to say anything else," Boyce says. She made me feel like I was crazy. School and university administrators and teachers are among those required to report. Can I really get away with sexually abusing little girls? In the fall of , Nassar treated young gymnasts in the basement of Michigan State's Jenison Fieldhouse. The university's Title IX department interviewed four experts to evaluate the complaint, all of whom had ties to Nassar. In the hyper-competitive environment in which the fiery head coach lorded over the gym, Nassar's training room at Great Lakes offered an escape, former gymnasts told Outside the Lines. Geddert was in Nassar's wedding party when Nassar got married in East Lansing in She says she was about 6 years old when he first exposed himself to her. The presiding judge will allow dozens of women or their advocates to issue victim-impact statements before she will decide his prison sentence. Jantzi became so concerned about what she overheard that she notified Nichols' mother and USA Gymnastics officials. In the second incident, a year later, a gymnast told police Geddert "stepped on her toe, grabbed her arm and pushed her into the wall" to discipline her, according to a police report. Strampel said the suspension was due in part because Nassar did not follow the guidelines they agreed upon after his investigation. This week is about justice for those women, giving them opportunity to speak directly to their predator and share with the judge the impact of his crimes. There is no record that Stollak, who was bound by state law to report suspected abuse, talked with anyone else at the university or to police about the alleged abuse. A day after Jantzi's report about what she had overheard, Nichols' mother, Gina, received a phone call. Olympics gymnastics team in London, spent more than two decades working alongside Nassar.
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