Nassar, a 1985 graduate of the University of Michigan, received his medical degree from MSU in 1993.He is an associate professor in MSU’s Department of Radiology, Division of Sports Medicine and teaches sports medicine in the university’s College of Osteopathic Medicine.
One of them said Nassar also spoke about oral sex and made other inappropriate comments when they were alone, according to court records.
The other woman said she told police Nassar was visibly aroused as he examined her during one medical visit.► Related: Unseal USA Gymnastics sex-abuse records, judge says On Thursday, one of the former gymnasts — the Olympic medalist — sued Nassar and USA Gymnastics in California, where she lives.
MSU spokesman Jason Cody confirmed to the Detroit Free Press on Monday that Nassar, 53, is suspended and is not working with MSU athletes during an investigation by MSU Police.“Larry Nassar, a physician with MSU’s Sports Medicine program, has been temporarily relieved of clinical and patient duties as of Aug.
30 as part of an investigation into alleged misconduct,” Cody said in a statement.
Nassar is no longer affiliated with USA Gymnastics.
Upon learning of athlete concerns, USA Gymnastics immediately notified law enforcement.
The woman, who is unnamed in the suit, alleges that the Indianapolis-based organization failed to act on suspicions about the doctor’s conduct.
She said USA Gymnastics allowed Nassar to examine her alone in private rooms in violation of best practices and the organization’s current standards of conduct.
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