Additionally, the suit alleges Nassar exposed Moore's genitalia to an underage female gymnast. Nassar regularly invited patients to visit him after business hours in the basement of his home if they needed help with injuries, according to women in the lawsuit.
Raisman's lawyer, John Manly said in a statement the USOC and USA Gymnastics "conspired to hide their knowledge of Nassar's disgusting crimes from the public and attempted to frighten Ms. Raisman and other victims into keeping quiet".
MacKay Moore, a former member of the USA women's junior national team, was among those who testified, and she detailed how, starting at age 10, she was befriended by Nassar and groomed for his "special treatment".
The whole time, Raisman has also blasted the United States Olympic Committee and USA Gymnastics for not doing enough to protect the women and girls who suffered at the hands of Nassar, and now she's doubling down on her charges with a lawsuit against the organizations.
Nassar worked for USA Gymnastics for nearly three decades.
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Nassar has been sentenced in multiple courts to up to 300 years in prison for sexually abusing young people under the guise of medical treatment. The 54-year-old also has been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in one MI county and 40 to 125 years in another, both on sexual assault charges.
"It has become painfully clear that these organisations have no intention of properly addressing this problem".
The latest departure was Scott Blackmun, CEO of the US Olympic Committee, who resigned Wednesday. It also outlined new reforms aimed at protecting its athletes from abuse.
Aly's attorney, John Manly, said in a statement that the USOC and USA Gymnastics led "a conspiracy to silence victims and cover-up the largest child sex abuse scandal in history", according to the Washington Post.
The lawsuit says Nassar was disciplined several times by the USOC and USA Gymnastics for inappropriate behavior, yet was allowed to continue treating athletes.
During the sentencing hearings, gymnasts described their ordeal while being treated by Nassar, who was known as the go-to doctor for Olympic gymnasts.