Authorities determined Jason's death was an accident.The camp reopened in 1958, and Pamela was rehired by the Christys. Today three are speaking out for the first time publicly, describing the abuse they say was inflicted by team doctor Lawrence Nassar. Jon La Pook reports this week on 60 Minutes, more than 60 women have now come forward alleging abuse. At one point, I started making myself throw up.”Her ally in moments of emotional distress was often the man assigned to relieve her physical pain, Dr. He was usually on hand at the Karolyi ranch when the national team was training there, roughly once a month, and also present at national team competitions. “He was someone that we would talk to when we were getting treatment, if we had a hard day. As she tells La Pook on the broadcast, “It was treatment. Antolin says the risk of complaining went beyond getting in trouble — it meant possibly losing a spot on the Olympics team.“No one wants to step out of line because there’s a group of people that make decisions that dictate whether you’re successful or not,” she says in the clip above. national women’s gymnastics team allegedly masked sexual abuse as medical treatment for years. As a trainer or physician, he worked with Olympic and National Women’s artistic gymnastic teams for more than two decades. It was kind of like a bright light, I guess you could say.”Because the athletes were instructed to keep a strict diet while at the ranch, Jeanette Antolin says Dr. She says the secret treats and friendly conversation helped build trust with the young gymnasts. Nassar for several years, often at the Karolyi Ranch.“He was a buddy,” she recalls in the clip above. When it’s such a serious environment that would be the world. Nassar, she says she didn’t think of his actions as anything other than an acceptable medical procedure.The thought of the violence to come terrified them.It was midday, and after about an hour on the road, the man behind the wheel, whom the women knew as Ricardo, a common fake name traffickers use, turned down a dirt path and stopped at a cluster of cheap cabins that had floors lined with mattresses.
“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.
The four women climbed out of the Camaro and went over to sheds near the cabins, where the workers kept their tools.
The cement floors inside had crumbled through, exposing big dirt holes.
Jason was bullied and harassed by other children at the camp.
One day, while the counselors weren't supervising Jason, the other children threw him into the lake. The Christys closed the camp for the season to allow for an investigation, hoping to avoid a scandal.