Larry Nassar made a fake PowerPoint to explain how he molested girls through phony medical practices to police, in a case that got dropped in 2014, according to a court hearing Wednesday.
Amanda Thomashow and Brianne Randall-Gay testified at a Michigan court about how Nassar sexually abused them under the guise of medical practices in 2004 and 2014, reported The Guardian.
Thomashow, who went to Nassar for cheerleading injuries, and Randall-Gay, who went to the doctor for scoliosis, both detailed that he inappropriately touched their genitalia. He later defended his abuse to police as made up medical practices through Powerpoints.
Thomashow said she was molested by Nassar at age 24 in 2014, reported CNN. He touched her breasts and vagina.”I had to literally stand up and push him off me,” said Thomashow. Nassar’s victim went to police. Nassar justified his treatments for the pelvic floor muscles with a powerpoint for, “Pelvic Floor: Where no man has gone before.” He also told police that he will change his treatment in the future.
Randall-Gay went to Nassar for scoliosis treatment at age 17 back in 2004, reported Lansing State Journal. Nassar’s victim claims that he touched her genitalia, including massaging her buttocks. The disgraced doctor also said, “I bet people at physical therapy don’t do this,” while giving a massage.
The girl eventually told her mother and they went to the police. Her mom noted that he did not use latex gloves during the treatment. Nassar was later questioned and he gave a Powerpoint presentation describing a phony medical treatment known as “Sacrotuberous Ligament Release,” reported The Guardian.
Meridian Township publicly apologized to Randall-Gay during a press conference Thursday.
“We missed it,” said Frank Walsh, Meridian Township manager, adding, “We’re not going to hide it. We were deceived.”
Prosecutors said that they so far identified 265 victims of Nassar reported Reuters.
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