Aly Raisman Team USA Doctor Abused Me Too

Gymnast Aly Raisman at Fenway Park last year

Six-time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman says she is among the young women abused by Dr. Larry Nassar, who worked as the U.S. Women's Gymnastic team doctor for almost two decades, CBS News reported.

During the interview, as reported by ESPN, Raisman tells 60 Minutes that she spoke with FBI investigators following her role as national gymnastics team captain of the 2016 Rio Olympics and doesn't know why allegations against Nassar to come forward were delayed.

"I am angry. I'm really upset", the three-time Olympic champion told 60 Minutes.

"Why are we looking at why didn't the girls speak up?" she asked.

Raisman has spoken out about Nassar before, but has never accused him of abusing her. She also said that she spoke to FBI investigators about him after last year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, where she helped the usa retain their team gold.

McKayla Maroney detailed her story in a Twitter post last month.

The former Olympic doctor is now in prison for pleading guilty to child pornography.

Nassar is now in jail awaiting sentencing in MI as he prepares for trial in December over charges that he sexually assaulted nine girls.

Raisman was the captain of the famous 2012 "Fierce Five" U.S. Gymnastics team, as well as captain of the 2016 team that competed in Rio de Janeiro.

Raisman, 23, is the latest to come forward with her story about Nassar's inappropriate advances after more than 130 women have filed civil lawsuits alleging that Nassar sexually abused them by pretending to treat their injuries.

The governing body, which this week announced Kerry Perry as its new president and chief executive, commended Raisman for coming forward.

"Dr. Nassar told me that I was receiving 'medically necessary treatment that he had been performing on patients for over 30 years, '" Maroney wrote.

Raisman was irked that the USA Gymnastics culture discouraged the girls that Nassar allegedly abused from speaking out sooner.

Meanwhile, USA Gymnastics responded to Raisman's comments by saying that it has adopted new policies that require "mandatory reporting" if sexual abuse is suspected.

"We are grateful to the athletes that brought their concerns about Dr. Nassar to USA Gymnastics". In a statement to "60 Minutes", it added that "USA Gymnastics is very sorry that any athlete has been harmed".

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