Larry Nassar sentenced to an additional 40 to 125 years in prison

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But Mr. Engler's appointment was met with student protests, and the trustees are facing a possible no-confidence vote by the faculty, the Lansing State Journal reported.

Beekman also has been executive director of the school's alumni association.

"[Geddert's] abuse was your fuel", Bailey Lorencen, a former Twistars gymnast, said to Nassar during a January hearing.

Geddert was suspended last month by USA Gymnastics until it completes its own investigation.

The disgraced doctor also ran a clinic and gymnastics club at Michigan State University.

Both the USOC and USA Gymnastics have faced criticism due to Nassar going undetected for so long.

Boyce says she feels relief, as if a chapter in her life has ended.

"Society must be protected from Larry Nassar", she said.

Boyce has said she and a fellow teenage teammate complained about Nassar in 1997. "I'm not convinced that you believe what you did was wrong".

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Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct and additional counts of child pornography possession. "Tell them they matter", Denhollander said.

The 54-year-old's life since then has been a series of guilty pleas, court hearings and prison sentences. The other three came in Eaton County, where Nassar lived and frequently treated young gymnasts at the youth club Twistars. "It spans the country and the world". "It's impossible to convey the depth and breadth of how sorry I am to each and everyone involved".

A MI sheriff says former U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics coach John Geddert is facing a criminal investigation after complaints were filed in the wake of the sexual abuse cases against Larry Nassar.

The sentencing comes after a total of 65 women confronted Nassar during the Eaton County sentencing, just as judges from his first two sentencing hearings had allotted time in the proceedings for victims to address the defendant personally. During victim impact statements at Nassar's trials, multiple women blamed Geddert for not doing more to prevent the abuse that occurred at his gym.

Judge Janice Cunningham sentenced Nassar to a minimum of 40 years and a maximum of 125 years for his crimes in Eaton County.

On Friday, Randy Margraves was tackled by sheriff's deputies before he could pummel Nassar in court.

She says victim shaming and parent shaming "must stop".

Nassar worked as as chief medical coordinator for USA Gymnastics until abruptly retiring in 2015.

His federal and state sentences will be served consecutively.

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