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Disgraced Doctor Larry Nassar Sentenced To 60 Years For Child Pornography As Victim Aly Raisman Shares The Statement She Wanted To Read In Court

Larry Nassar is going away for a long time.

On Thursday, the Michigan sports doctor was sentenced to 60 times in federal prison on child pornography possession accusations. This is the maximum convict that attorneys sought after 37,000 images of child porn were discovered on Nassar’s electronic machines. The unsavory and illegal footage was seen last year amid a sex crime investigation.

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In fact, Nassar could serve even more period, as U.S. District Judge Janet Neff ordered that the federal penalty start after any convicts handed down in the country court’s sex crime trial. As you surely know, the disgraced physician pled guilty to criminal sex conduct charges thanks to a deal. Nassar, who worked at Michigan State University and at USA Gymnastics, is said to have molested more than 130 former patients — including Olympians Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, and Aly Raisman.

Nassar is slated to be sentenced for the molestation crimes in January. Sadly, Larry’s victims will not be given the opportunity to address their abuser as the judge denied Raisman and five others the opportunity to speak at the sentencing. Regardless, the Final Five captain has chosen to share the statement she planned to read in attempt to get close from this traumatizing ordeal.

The celebrated athlete wrote:

“Realizing that you are a victim of sexual abuse is a horrible mood. Words cannot adequately capture the level of aversion I seem when I think about how this happened. Larry abused his power and the trust I and so many others placed in him, and I am not sure I will ever come to terms with how horribly he manipulated and transgressed me.”

We can only imagine how harrowing this whole experience must’ve been for Larry’s victims. After noting further that Nassar’s “actions are far-reaching, ” Aly went on to share how the abuse she suffered affected the style she navigated through life. She continued 😛 TAGEND

“You were my doctor, and like most people, I was taught to trust physicians. I believed that you had my best interests at heart, and you made sure that message was reinforced, insisting your inappropriate touch was for medical reasons and that your care would help me get to the Olympic Games. You promised me that you would mend my hurts. You gave me gifts to induce me think you were a good person, to construct me believe you were my friend. You were nice so that we would trust you, to make it easier for you to take advantage of so many people, including me. But you lied to me. You lied to all of us.”

Understandably, the molestation instilled significant trust issues in the Dancing With The Stars alum. Raisman added 😛 TAGEND

“This mistrust and guilt has had a very real impact on both my physical and mental well-being. For example, when I started to realize what Larry had done to me, I avoided certain cares that gymnasts rely upon, especially during intense Olympic training … Even today, I find myself intimidated that something bad will happen to me when I try any medical treatment.”

The trauma Aly experienced had now been manifested in severe nervousnes matters and has deeply affected her its relation with loved ones. And while she has tried to take medication for her nervousnes, it seems meds have only worsened the situation. The gold medalist explained 😛 TAGEND

“When I let myself to start thinking about what Larry had done, I was overcome by nervousnes. I felt like I couldn’t breathe, like someone was pushing on my chest and my throat was closing up. I couldn’t sleep well because I would have awful nightmares. I never seemed rested. The nervousnes got so intense that I needed to see a medical doctor — a female — who prescribed anxiety drug so that I could function, and sleeping medication to help resolve my extreme fatigue. After adjusting the dosages of some of the drug, I had a bad reaction and lost consciousness. I woke up to my panicked mom calling 911. “

The 23 -year-old concluded her statement by request that the court impose the maximum sentence onto Larry as “every person we hold accountable for insult makes a difference.” Hear! Hear!

Be sure to read Aly’s FULL statement in its entirety HERE.

[ Image via Adriana M. Barraza/ WENN/ PBS Newshour/ YouTube .]

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