"For 13 years I didn't think anything different until September 2016".
Simone Biles, the most decorated American gymnast in history, has come forward with allegations against Larry Nassar, the sports doctor who formerly worked with USA Gymnastic and has been accused of sexually abusing more than 140 women and girls.
"You made me believe you were my friend", Jenette Antolin said.
"The guilt I feel for that is hard to fathom", Brennan said.
"As I was laying there on the table, I had the same thought process every time - 'if this is sexual abuse, I am not his first victim, '" Denhollander said.
The 22-year-old named convicted sex offender Dr. Larry Nassar as her repeat abuser. "Little girls don't stay little forever", she said in court on Tuesday, addressing Nassar directly. Prosecutors are seeking an additional sentence of 40-125 years in prison.
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During the past two days, several of Larry Nassar's victims have directed their anger not just at him, but at USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University for their failure to stop him. "Under the agreement's terms she could not speak in court unless subpoenaed".
"I've gone from a raving fan of MSU to now seeing green and white in the very same way I see Larry Nassar", Cowan said.
Biles is the latest member of the "Fierce Five" 2012 USA gymnastics team to speak out against Nassar.
"I still remember feeling his hands, I still remember clenching from his touch, and I still remember him saying it's OK, I know you're not used to being touched there but it will feel better". I thought that they were doing the right thing, and I didn't want to tip off the investigation.
On Tuesday, gymnasts and other alleged victims of the ex-doctor took to the witness box in a MI courtroom to speak of their claims of sexual abuse and emotional trauma against Nassar.
USA Gymnastics has since adopted a new "safe sport policy" that requires "mandatory reporting" of suspicions of sexual abuse.