"Sexual assault should never be tolerated, but when it does occur, it is imperative that swift and immediate action be taken to stop the abuse, prevent it from recurring, and address its effects".
The "eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth" atmosphere around Nassar was also on display at his third trial in MI, where he was sentenced to an additional 40 to 125 years for sexual abuse at the Twistars Gymnastics Club.
During her statement, she looked Nassar in the eye and said, "Larry, you do realize now that we, this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time, are now a force and you are nothing".
The Eaton County Sheriff's Office said people had made complaints against John Geddert, without providing details.
Nassar molested girls, including many gymnasts, who sought treatment for injuries. The victim stated that her mother warned him.
Boston Herald releases statement on Ron Borges' erroneous report
This is not the first time Borges has been handed down a suspension from a Boston-based publication. The Herald immediately took down the column and we've yet to have a response from Borges.
In the wake of the Nassar sex-abuse revelations, numerous officials and directors of the schools and training centers he worked at - who certainly knew about what he had been doing and did nothing - have resigned. The coach was criticized for creating a hostile environment by several victims during Nassar's sentencing hearings. Geddert was suspended in January by USA Gymnastics (USAG), the sport's governing body, and subsequently retired.
He's serving a 60-year federal prison sentence for child pornography.
One of the women who stood up to speak against Nassar was two-time Olympic gold medalist, Aly Raisman.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) spoke out on Wednesday saying, "The U.S. Olympic committee and USA Gymnastics need to be held accountable". "It means telling coaches that physical and emotional abuse of any gymnast is not O.K". The IndyStar, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK, revealed the first allegations of abuse by Nassar and triggered a criminal prosecution that led to his imprisonment. Two former gymnasts allegedly informed Klages of Nassar's misconduct as far back as 1997, but their pleas for help were ignored.