Larry Nassar pleads guilty to 3 more charges of criminal sexual conduct

Former longtime USA Gymnastics national team doctor Larry Nassar pleaded guilty to 3 more chargers of criminal sexual conduct Wednesday morning at Eaton County Court in Michigan. The prison sentence for his plea deal is between 25 to 40 years, according to Kim Kozlowski of the Detroit News.

A week ago, Nassar pleaded guilty to 7 charges of criminal sexual conduct at Ingham County for molesting girls either under the age of 15. For that crime, he faces a minimum sentence between 25 to 40 years.

More than 100 women have accused Nassar of sexual assault, including Olympic gold medalists Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman and  McKayla Maroney. Nassar told the gymnasts they were receiving treatment he had been performing for the past 30 years. He molested girls both as the USA Gymnastics national team doctor and while working as a Michigan State team physician.

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