Nearly 160 gymnasts and victims of Nassar's abuse confronted the former doctor at his sentencing hearing, revealing the extent of his exploitation of vulnerable girls when he worked for Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics, the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States.
Nassar is accused by over 140 girls and women, including several top American gymnasts, of sexual abuse during his time with the governing body.
Aly Raisman did not hold back in criticizing the the U.S. Olympic Committee as more and more stories of sexual abuse surrounding American gymnasts continue to come out.
On Tuesday, the NCAA reportedly launched an investigation of Michigan State University and the school's handling of the case. I can't hear you.
Simon is under intense pressure to resign, with calls for her to step down coming from students, some faculty members and at least one board member.
She went on to say "Countless members of my team, my friends and I, were sent to see Nassar and needlessly put in harm's way".
Rachael Denhollander, who is a former gymnast and said she was among Nassar's victims, also said she wants Michigan State to be held accountable for his actions.
The Indianapolis-based group trains Olympians, including many who said they were sexually assaulted by a team doctor, Larry Nassar.
Numerous women say they told parents, coaches and trainers at Michigan State University about Nassar's abuse, but that the allegations were overlooked or hidden. He also faces a further prison sentence from Judge Janice Cunningham in Eaton County, Michigan, where he has pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal sexual conduct.