http://cabs.msu.edu/news/key-issues/issue-docs/nassar-update.htmlLarry Nassar, a former employee of Michigan State University, was charged Feb. 22, 2017, with 22 felony counts of criminal sexual conduct by the Michigan Attorney General. The investigation into those charges is being led by the Michigan State University Police Department.
http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/msu-abuse-scandal-coach-had-gymnasts-sign-card-dr-larry-n731781ery good friends."
The doctors said hands-on manipulation of the pelvic region was a legitimate osteopathic technique. They also said that while they personally only performed it over a patient's clothing, there could be a benefit to skin-to-skin contact — leading the school to conclude what happened was "not sexual in nature."
• The report found some of Nassar's behavior during the appointment "problematic" and concluded the patient had suffered "trauma," but a subsequent performance review made no reference to the complaint or the investigation.
Amanda said that early in the exam, she felt uncomfortable about how Nassar was handling her, but there was a female resident in the room, so she wasn't alarmed. But after he sent the resident elsewhere, Amanda said, he began manipulating her breast and "made an off-hand comment about how my boyfriend needed to give me better massages."
He asked her to lie face-down on a table and "he pulled the sweatpants down and started massaging around my butt and then slipped his finger in between my legs," she said.
"I was paralyzed with fear and frozen."
When he started to insert his fingers into her vagina, Amanda said, she pushed him off and told him to stop. She said he was clearly aroused and rushed to a corner and stood with his back to her.
"I knew that what he was doing to me was sexual," she said. "I wanted to get out of the room as fast as I could."
Nassar insisted she make a follow-up appointment, but she called his office to cancel, explaining that she thought he was "inappropriate" with her, she said.