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Four plaintiffs in a lawsuit related to ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar plan to file an amended complaint to add allegations against MSU defendants. If their motion for leave is granted, the plaintiffs will amend their original complaint — adding allegations against MSU defendants listed in the case.
The preliminary examination for ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar continued May 26. Three alleged victims testified as it is being determined if there is enough evidence for Nassar to stand on trial.
The second day of preliminary examination hearing for ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar concluded with three more alleged victims testifying. The final day of the hearing will conclude June 23 with "Victim F's" testimony.
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's preliminary examination continues Friday. A cross-examination from "Victim D," along with testimonies from other alleged victims are expected.
Karolyi Ranch, the Huntsville, Texas-based training facility which serves as the USA Gymnastics National Team Training Center, is the site of some sexual abuse allegations regarding Larry Nassar.
A motion from more than 80 plaintiffs to reconsider the second gag order was denied by United States District Judge Janet T. Neff on May 15. This case is currently closed.
While Nassar's alleged victims begin to testify, the former President of USA Gymnastics, who resigned after the Nassar scandal came to light, had his deposition delayed to attend the Indy 500 to "network."
After the first of three preliminary examination hearings on Friday, it is still unclear as to whether or not ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar will stand trial on charges of criminal sexual assault at the 55th District Court in Ingham County. Nassar currently faces 15 first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges at the 55th District Court.
A preliminary examination hearing is currently being held to determine whether there is enough evidence for ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar to stand on trial against criminal sexual assault charges. Nassar currently faces 15 first-degree criminal sexual assault charges in the 55th District Court in Ingham County.
The new website, Our Commitment, has been introduced with an accompanying video of MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon following her April 26 letter to students.
Public access to ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's preliminary hearing in Ingham County will vary depending on which plaintiff testifies, as ruled by a 55th District Court Judge Monday according to the Lansing State Journal.
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar will no longer defend himself against the allegations of sexual assault listed in a civil complaint from 20 of the Survivor-Plaintiffs, according to a press release from Mick S. Grewal, an attorney in the case. His office represents 28 survivors.
Former MSU doctor Larry Nassar has been released from Newaygo County custody, according to a Michigan VINE Service alert.
In a report based on hundreds of pages of records and emails obtained by the Washington Post, MSU missed multiple signals about Larry Nassar and his multiple alleged sexual abuses since his hiring in 1997.
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar’s Gymnastics Doctor Autism Foundation appears to have been non-compliant with Michigan law since 2014.
Updates on former MSU faculty member Larry Nassar.
Four new plaintiffs are suing ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar on charges of sexual abuse. Three were minors at the time of their alleged abuse.
Records obtained from the State Journal show MSU costs for outside legal assistance in the Larry Nassar case reached $330,000 by the end of February.
Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina signed the “Public-Disclosure Order” Wednesday which will annul and bring clarity to her previous gag order.
United States District Judge Janet T. Neff has issued a temporary restraining order to allow alleged victims of ex-MSU employee Larry Nassar to publicly discuss the case.