Simone Biles and more than 90 gymnasts demand $1 billion from the FBI after doctor Nassar fails in abuse case

Simone Biles and more than 90 gymnasts demand $1 billion from the FBI after doctor Nassar fails in abuse case

videoMore than ninety (former) gymnasts, including Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, are seeking more than $1 billion (over €931 million) in compensation from the FBI for gymnast Larry Nassar’s failure in the sexual assault case. The police are said to have responded with great reluctance when the first signals appeared, allowing the abuse to continue for several months.


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Last updated:
08-06-22, 20:08

Two weeks ago, the Department of Justice decided not to prosecute former FBI agents.

The majority of (former) gymnasts say they were abused by the ex-American doctor after the abuse was actually reported to the FBI in 2015. Last summer, a report by Department of Justice Inspector Michael Horowitz said the FBI in Indianapolis “did not respond with the utmost seriousness.” And the urgency of the allegations against Nassar.”

In addition to Biles, Olympic champion Alexandra Raisman and McKayla Maroney also belong to the group of claimants. Federal law gives a government agency like the FBI six months to respond to a lawsuit. Depending on the service’s response, lawsuits may follow.

Nassar was sentenced to 175 years in prison in early 2018 for sexually assaulting hundreds of young gymnasts.

Simon Biles. © AP

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