The lawsuit claims Nassar -- who worked for the organization on a volunteer basis for nearly 30 years before being dismissed in the summer of 2015 -- sexually groped and fondled the gymnasts as teenagers.CBS News’ “60 Minutes” spoke with three women who say the U. team doctor abused them, including how he earned their trust and how they believe the program enabled him. Nassar was one of the most renowned doctors in the world of gymnastics. “So getting treatment [included] him just joking around and talking about how horrible they [the coaches] were. National Team from 1995 to 2000, Antolin received treatment from Dr. “He would put his fingers inside of me and move my leg around,” she tells La Pook on the broadcast. And that that would put my hips back and help my back pain.”Dantzscher says that at the time, she didn’t realize Dr. In fact, she says she appreciated his emotional support in an otherwise harsh atmosphere during training at the Karolyi Ranch.“I felt like we weren’t allowed to even smile in the gym,” she says.Bela and Martha Karolyi declined to give 60 Minutes an interview.In a written statement, they deny the existence of an emotionally abusive environment at the Karolyi Ranch during national team training and say they “did not have any knowledge of any complaint” concerning Dr.Nassar “until they learned of his dismissal from USA Gymnastics” in 2015. Nassar was performing the specific procedure the gymnasts allege or visiting athletes in their rooms without supervision.USA Gymnastics president Steve Penny also declined to speak with 60 Minutes on camera.
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Creating a livelihood empowers these women and helps them gain independence.