"I see these young girls that come up to me, and they ask for pictures or autographs, whatever it is".
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The former athlete, who claims to be "angry", wants to "just bring change" so that young gymnasts "never have to live this again". The 31-year-old claimed Nassar's inappropriate interactions occurred for several years, beginning when she was just 13.
Raisman, a six-time Olympic medalist and two-time national team captain, shared her story on the "60 Minutes" show scheduled to air Sunday, joining more than 130 other women who previously said the doctor sexually assaulted them. More and more women have recently spoken out against him, including another Olympic gymnastics star, McKayla Maroney.
According to Maroney, Nassar's behavior worsened during the 2011 World Championships, when she was given a sleeping pill by the doctor during a flight only to wake up in his hotel room later.
"For me, the scariest night of my life happened when I was 15 years old", Maroney wrote in her original social media post. Raisman told 60 Minutes. In a statement to 60 Minutes, USA Gymnastics said it was "very sorry that any athlete has been harmed" and that the organization wants "to work with Aly and all interested athletes to keep athletes safe". Nassar, who was USA Gymnastics' team doctor for almost two decades, was sacked in 2015 and is facing nearly two dozen sexual assault charges against him; he's also set to be sentenced next month on three federal child pornography charges. The scandal, revealed in late 2016, has shaken the discipline and led to the resignation in March of the president of the American Federation, Steve Penny.
"Why are we looking at why didn't the girls speak up?"
Dantzscher also filed a lawsuit against Nassar in California last September as "Jane Doe".