Larry Nassar, who was the USA Gymnastics national team doctor, is sentenced to another 40 to 125 years in jail after his final sentence trial. Larry, who also was the osteopathic physician at Michigan State University, was accused of abusing more than 265 young women and athletes in the name of medical treatment and possession of child abuse images.
More than 260 women gave their statement against the former doctor who is pleaded guilty to molesting young athletes since the 1990s including the 2012 Olympic gold medalist gymnast McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, and Maggie Nichols.
McKayla, 22, who was also awarded as the artistic gymnast stated that the sick serial child molester started to abuse the former gymnast since she was 13. She also filed a lawsuit against multiple of times. Maggi Nichols, the former national team member gave the information to FBI and the investigation against Larry was initiated.
Damning: Maggie Nichols, the gymnast initially known as “Athlete A,” was not contacted by the FBI for nearly 11 months after the information she provided sparked the federal inquiry into Larry #Nassar.https://t.co/WnvVtqD5V2
— Lorie Meacham (@LorieMeacham) February 5, 2018
Aly Raisman, 23, revealed that she was also sexually abused by Nassar when she was 15 years old as she mentioned during the 60 Minutes interview. Olympics Gold medalist Simon Biles was also one of the victims, and she also gave her statement.
Larry Nassar: Behind the Bars
The 54 years old former doctor was previously given two prison sentences and now in his third and last hearing, he is sentenced to 40 to 175 years more behind the bars. There were more than 200 victims who gave their statement in front of the whole US Olympic Committee.
In the 14 months time, over 40 girls and women were the victims of Nassar's crime while the FBI was operating their investigation.
Let us lift up these young women and their families during all that is going on.
Thank you. God Bless you.
— Pastor Marko de la Garza (@TPrayerMinistry) February 4, 2018
In December 2016, FBI arrested Nassar for the possession of more than 37,000 images of child pornography and a video. Three months after the arrest, his medical license was canceled for three years.
Video: Larry Nassar sentenced: I signed your death warrant, judge says
Nassar, who is referred as the pedophile doctor, was pleaded guilty to various charges including child pornography and sexual abuse in July 2017. In December he was sentenced to 60 years in jail and again in the second hearing in January, he got another 175 years behind bars.
Larry Nassar in the final hearing
Source: The New York Times
And from the last hearing, it is for sure that the serial child molester who has has been accused of assault of more than 260 women will be spending rest of his life in prison as the monster inside a doctor is sentenced for at least 300 years following the testimony of the victims.
The Judge Rosemarie Aquilina on Nassar's last hearing said,
"Your decision to assault was precise, calculated, manipulative, devious, despicable. I don’t have to add words because you survivors have said all of that and I don’t want to repeat it."
“It is my honor and privilege to sentence you. You do not deserve to walk outside a prison ever again. You have done nothing to control those urges and anywhere you walk, destruction will occur to those most vulnerable,”
The justice has been done as the Judge declared, "I’ve just signed your(Nassar) death warrant,"
Larry Nassar Net Worth, Legal Fees
What will you do with all those money you earned if you are now sentenced to 300 years in prison. Talking about Larry Nassar's net worth, there are no exact details about his earnings, but as per the information we have, he used to work for Michigan State University and also was the team physician in USA Gymnastics.
The legal fees spent on Nassar's case crossed over $2.5 million that got into the accounts of Michigan State University as the guilty had 22 sexual assault charges. Even after the decision has been made, MSU has agreed to pay the law firm of former Gov. Jim Blanchard $50,000 every month in order to carry on the investigation in Washington related to Larry's sexual abuse scandal.