Ex-USA Gymnastics, MSU Doctor Nassar Receives Second Sentence for Sexual Assault

40-125 years for Nassar in final sex abuse sentence

MSU president Lou Anna Simon resigned hours after Nassar's sentencing.

Faculty leaders are moving to hold a no-confidence vote against the university's Board of Trustees, the Lansing State Journal reported on Sunday.

Cunningham said didn't authorize the statements and has disavowed them. Nassar's abuse mostly took place stateside in either MI or Texas, but also happened on the road, during Olympic events around the globe.

Engler says "no internal candidates will be considered" for the job.

Its longtime president, Lou Anna Simon, resigned last month, and the board of trustees voted unanimously to name John Engler, the former governor of MI, as its interim president. For many of these women, of whom many are gymnasts, "treatment" by Nassar was mandatory.

Disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar received his third and final sentence on Monday.

Some of the young athletes who confronted Nassar in court said Geddert was physically abusive.

"I feel like a weigh is lifted off my shoulders, this huge burden that was weighing on me for so many years", she said. Raisman also made it clear to Nassar that while his abuse affected her deeply, it did not deter her from her love of gymnastics.

He said "everybody had rights", including Nassar.

Despite her report, Nassar was not investigated by police until 2004, and that investigation did not result in any criminal charges.

The latest sentence of 40 to 125 years was handed down on Monday and was for Nassar's molestation of young athletes at Twistars, an elite MI gymnastics club.

USA Gymnastics officials first reported the sexual assault allegations to the Federal Bureau of Investigation in July 2015. But Nassar's sentencing renewed the attention on the organization's potential failures.

Denhollander is a Kentucky lawyer who came forward after reading a 2016 Indianapolis Star investigation of how USA Gymnastics handled sexual abuse allegations against coaches.

This time the focus is on abuse that happened at the elite Twistars gymnastics club in MI where Nassar offered treatments.

Some victims say the abuse occurred decades ago.

"I just signed your death warrant", Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina said in announcing his sentence last week. "It's impossible to convey the depth and breadth of how sorry I am to each and everyone involved".

Following his most recent sentencing hearing in Eaton County, Nassar was sentenced to an additional 40 to 125 years in state prison by Judge Janice Cunningham on three charges of sexually assaulting girls at Twistars Gymnastics Club in Dimondale, Michigan.

Two of Margraves' daughters had given victim impact statements in court, according to The Associated Press. Directors at USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University, where Nassar was a faculty member, have stepped down in response to the scandal.

Nassar was sentenced earlier this month to 40 to 175 years in prison in a separate MI case. Before serving his two state terms, he must first serve 60 years in federal prison for child pornography crimes. He pleaded guilty to seven counts of criminal sexual conduct in Ingham County in MI and was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison two weeks ago.

She said victim shaming and parent shaming "must stop". Nonetheless, she said, it's unacceptable to "combat assault with assault".

Nassar, 54, is spending the rest of his life in prison, with or without this latest sentence.

Nassar gave a small statement of regret before the court ruling on Monday. These women include; olympians, gymnasts and collegiate athletes.

Nassar recently was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison in a separate but related case.