Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles is one of several renowned gymnasts who will testify Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The hearing will explore FBI failures during the investigation of Larry Nassar, who pleaded guilty in 2018 to sexually abusing 10 minors.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Gut-wrenching testimony by four elite gymnasts on enduring sexual abuse at the hands of former Team USA doctor, Larry Nassar, was heard Wednesday.
Now, the whistleblower who first spoke publicly about the case is calling for the U.S. Senate to change
Sometimes the people who don't believe you are the people who love you the most. This episode will take you into Larry Nassar's basement, through the memories of a young girl - a family friend who he abused for years.
After a three-year investigation, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that her office was "forced to close" its inquiry into Michigan State University's handling of former school doctor Larry Nassar after the school declined to waive attorney-client privilege for approximately 6,000 documents.
A clip from 1992, five years before Simone Biles was born, explains exactly how American gymnastics became a cesspool of corruption hell-bent on protecting a serial predator like Larry Nassar. The clip from that year's Sudafed Skating and Gymnastics Spectacular illustrates how the horrifying congressional testimony of Biles and other Nassar survivors connects directly to the evils of communist Romania.
The US gold medallist Simone Biles and three fellow gymnastics stars have begun giving evidence at the Senate Judiciary Committee, as part of their investigation into Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor convicted of sexually assaulting or abusing more than 150 girls and women. At times, overcome with emotion,…
The hearing specifically focused on an inspector general's report released in July, which revealed the FBI made “fundamental” errors in investigating sexual abuse allegations against Nassar and did not treat the case with the “utmost seriousness." More athletes said they were molested before the the FBI swung into action.
WASHINGTON (SBG) — The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the FBI’s failure to investigate allegations made against former sports doctor Larry Nassar next week. The Sept. 15 hearing comes after a government watchdog found the FBI seriously mishandled a case against Nassar. An inspector general report released in July said the FBI made “fundamental” errors in its investigation and didn’t take the case seriously enough.
McKayla Maroney -- who has said she is among hundreds of victims, including Simone Biles, sexually abused by the former osteopathic physician for USA Gymnastics -- opened up about her Olympic experience.
A Maine lawyer who represented Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman said he tried to notify the FBI about allegations of sexual abuse by former U.S. gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar before the scandal broke wide open.
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State University agreed to pay $500 million to settle claims from more than 300 women and girls who said they were assaulted by sports doctor Larry Nassar in the worst sex-abuse case in sports history, officials announced Wednesday...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The University of Southern California has agreed to an $852 million settlement with more than 700 women who have accused the college’s longtime campus gynecologist of sexual abuse, the victims’ lawyers and USC announced Thursday...
John Geddert, a former US Gymnastics coach, kills himself shortly after being charged with two dozen crimes, including human trafficking as the fallout from the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal continues.
Netflix’s new documentary, Athlete A, tells the stories of the survivors of Larry Nassar, the Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor convicted of sexually abusing women and girls over more than two decades. Here’s a timeline of the case, including what he did and what happened to him.