US olympic gymnast Aly Raisman has come brazen to explain she was sexually assaulted by the team’s doctor.
The 23-year-old says she’s ‘angry’ and ‘upset’ over the enlightenment that led to Dr. Larry Nassar allegedly abusing the girls.
She told CBS: ‘Why are we looking at since the girls didn’t pronounce up? What about the culture? What did USA gymnastics do to manipulate these girls so much that they are so fearful to pronounce up?
‘I am angry. I’m really dissapoint since we caring a lot. When we see these immature girls and they come up to me and they ask for pictures or autographs — whatever it is — every time we demeanour at them, every time we see them smiling, we just wish to create change so that they never ever have to go by this.’
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Raisman will relate her story on the show 60 Minutes.
The bullion medalist started seeing Nassar when she was just 15. She speaks about her practice in her new book, FIERCE.
Nassar is now in prison.
More than 130 women came brazen to credit him of passionate assault.
He would lift out his attacks while treating the women for purported injuries to their hip and back.
He pleaded guilty to child publishing charges but not guilty to charges of passionate assault.