USA Gymnastics board members resign as Larry Nassar hearing continues


"I will work on forgiving you, as I know that is what God wants". "I will not rest until every last trace of your influence on this sport has been destroyed like the cancer it is". "Did you hear, Larry Nassar also said it was hard. A week later, he was let go by MSU", Emma Ann Miller said in court on Monday, standing beside her mother.

Raisman shared some of the messages on Twitter and said she was overwhelmed by the support.

Nassar's sentencing could continue into Monday as victims continue to come forward.

"I had to resign from my job, as I fell deeper into depression and no longer wanted to live", Danielle Moore said. "But lately. I've felt a bit broken", Biles, one of the most decorated gymnasts in Olympic history, wrote in a statement last week.

'MSU charged me for those appointments'.

"There has never been a time in my life when I did not know Larry Nassar", Miller said.

A university spokesman said Monday morning he did not have access to Miller's medical records or billing information, but the information was passed along to the appropriate people at the university.

"On Friday night in my postgame press conference, I used the wrong words when trying to express my belief that Larry Nassar and anyone else who broke the law should be held accountable for their crimes", Izzo said in a statement.

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I remember bits &pieces & I have constant flashbacks.My mental issues have been the worst ever & i suffer from major PTSD from it. I never would be this dramatic about something like this but I want you all to know that I would've left if I could.

Nassar has pleaded guilty to molesting women at his MSU office.

Larry Nassar is escorted into the courtroom, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, in Lansing, Mich.

And yet, the three major cable news channels dedicated just shy of 20 minutes of combined air time to the Nassar hearings, according to an analysis by Media Matters. He was sentenced to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty to federal child pornography charges.

"We continue to believe President Simon is the right leader for the university, and she has our support", Chairman Brian Breslin said in a prepared statement.

In a victim impact statement at Nassar's sentencing hearing in Michigan, Raisman told Perry she had inherited a organization that was "rotting from the inside".

"You are so sick". "Moved my underwear over to the side and started touching me without consent, without telling me what you were going to do, and if that wasn't bad enough, with your gloveless hands". "I'm possibly the last child he will ever assault".

USA Gymnastics, based in Indianapolis, trains Olympians, including almost 100 competitors who said that Nassar sexually assaulted them, NBC News reported. He faces a minimum prison sentence of 25 to 40 years in the molestation case. He faces up to 125 years in jail after admitting sexually abusing women and girls in his care.