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About 90 women, including four-time Olympic gold medalist Simon Bill Bills, are seeking more than a billion dollars in damages from the FBI over allegations against former US gymnast Dr. Larry Nassar.
According to Associated Press Ed Ed White, the women were arrested by the FBI. He said he was unable to take action to stop Nasser after he was charged with sexual assault in 2015.
Nassar, a doctor at Michigan State University. He was not arrested following an investigation by MSU police until the fall of 2016.
Nassar In 2018, seven young gymnasts were abducted and sentenced to 175 years in prison, followed by three more sexual offenses and up to 125 years in prison. He was previously convicted of child pornography and sentenced to 60 years in prison.
According to Pierre White, USA Gymnastics in 2015, three gymnasts were sexually assaulted by Nasser.
The FBI did not conduct formal investigations at the time, nor did it inform federal or state officials. When he opened an investigation in 2016, he failed to notify government officials in Michigan, although Nassar was working at Michigan State University at the time.
In a speech to Congress last year, FBI Director Christopher Ray acknowledged that the FBI had erred in its handling of the Nasser investigation. That would not be an excuse.
Numerous settlements have already been reached in connection with Nassar. The US Olympic and Paralympic Committee donated $ 380 million to victims last year.
In addition, the state of Michigan has reached a $ 500 million deal in 2018 with more than 300 women and girls who say they have been sexually abused.
In 2018, Eton County District Court Judge Janice Cunningham said 265 prominent Nasser victims had been found.
Some of the most popular gymnasts in the FBI are Biles, Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney.
Bills is one of the best gymnasts of all time, having won five gold medals and one Olympic gold in each round of world championships. Bills has won four gold medals and won seven medals in the summer.
Riceman won two Olympic gold medals and one floor workout, as well as three other Olympic medals in 2016, including silver.
A.D. Maroni won gold and silver at the 2012 London Olympics Fierce Five in the United States.