“It would also mandate greater oversight of member gyms and coaches,” she said. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said, “Young athletes who train to represent our nation at the top levels of competition, and all those who aspire to compete, should not have to fear victimization by people that they should be able to trust.”Rick Adams, chief of Paralympic Sport and NGB Organizational Development at the U. Olympic Committee, expressed “unwavering support” for the legislation on behalf of the committee. Since the Indianapolis Star last year investigated cases in which male coaches, members of the national governing organization USA Gymnastics, were accused of sexually abusing female gymnasts, young women have come forward with accounts of abuse they had suffered within the U. gymnastics system for many years as young girls and competitive gymnasts.He said the committee has launched a Center for Safe Sport “that is intended to provide a safe and independent place for anyone that has been the victim of abuse to come forward.”Feinstein said that USA Gymnastics supports the legislation. The push for the bill follows an eight-month investigation into sexual abuse in gymnastics by the Indianapolis Star, as well as a ““60 Minutes” report featuring three women who said the U. The new accusations concerned a prominent doctor who’d been working with U. Olympic and national teams and other athletes for three decades.1996 Olympic Gold Medalist Dominique Moceanu testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee about sexual, emotional and physical abuse by USA Gymnastics officials during a hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill March 28, 2017 in Washington, DC.In a press conference following Tuesday’s hearing, Feinstein said that the bill would “require amateur athletics governing bodies, like USA Gymnastics, and adults who work with young athletes, to immediately report allegations of sexual abuse to local or federal law enforcement.” Failures to report would be a federal crime, she said, adding that the bill would ensure that victims can safely and easily report abuse.Super cute skinny LBFM babe gets more than she bargained for in the penis department and actually seems embarrassed at her own pleasure .Must see video with this one of you like Young Asian girls having sex.Mc Millian, 26, of Eight Mile, is charged with second-degree sexual abuse and second-degree sodomy, according to jail records.Mc Millian turned himself in at Metro Jail shortly after 4 p.m. He was released about 3 hours later with a total bail set at ,000, records show.
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He's also being sued by dozens of women and girls, including 2000 Olympian Jamie Dantzscher, who described the assaults on "60 Minutes" Sunday. This guy is despicable," Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette told reporters.
"He is a monster." Nassar, 53, was a doctor for Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics, until summer 2015, accompanying the women's team at international competitions, including the Olympics.