According to the lawsuit, Nassar would give the Olympians "pain treatments" where he would allegedly insert his ungloved hands into their vaginas.
Nassar was a longtime doctor for women and girls at Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics, which trains Olympians.
Nassar, through his attorneys, has denied any wrongdoing and said he performed legitimate medical procedures. "This guy is disgusting, this guy is despicable, he is a monster". "He violated the oath that every doctor takes to do no harm", said Schuette.
That left Feinstein unsatisfied with the level of protection being offered by USA Gymnastics, a standard she wants all U.S. amateur sports organizations adhering to in order to better safeguard young athletes in all sports. "As a parent and as a father of a daughter, I can not imagine the heartbreak and the anger and the heart ache experienced by parents who took their child to a physician seeking help who then sexually assaulted their daughter".
Meanwhile, MSU police is working with the Attorney General's Office and investigating 65 complaints, with new information coming in, university spokesman Jason Cody.
Details were disclosed in affidavits presented Wednesday by a Michigan State University police detective.
More than 60 women or girls have made sexual assault allegations against Nassar since September, officials have said. "Our priority is getting justice for the survivors and we are determined to make certain that occurs".
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Dr. Larry Nassar listens to testimony of a witness during a preliminary hearing Friday, Feb. 17, 2017, in Lansing, Mich. In Ingham County, at least half a dozen women filed charges - including a victim under the age of 13.
The first allegations against Nassar arose back in August 2016 in a complaint filed with the MSU Police Department. Likewise, former gymnast Jessica Howard began seeing the doctor around age 15 for hip pain.
It's the latest development in a scandal that has rocked USA Gymnastics, which fired Dr. Larry Nassar as team doctor in 2015, and Michigan State University, which fired Nassar in the fall, over allegations he sexually abused patients during treatment for sports injuries. Those cases are pending, and Nassar is in jail without bond. In December he was indicted on federal child pornography possession charges. Schuette had previously charged Nassar with repeatedly molesting a family friend starting when she was 6 years old. Nassar also faces charges of destruction of evidence.
Nassar will be arraigned on Thursday, February 23 at 55th District Court at 10 a.m.
Stay with The State News for updates as these cases continue to unfold.