Former Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was hit with more charges today for molesting a staggering number of girls and women under the guise of medical procedures.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filed 22 counts of criminal sexual misconduct in the first degree linked to 9 victims. Two of the victims were younger than 13-years-old when they were abused.
The court documents outline in graphic detail how Nassar penetrated the girls, without gloves or permission, with his fingers at a local gym and at his office.
Nassar allegedly told one girl:
"We don't tell parents about this because they wouldn't understand."
Michigan attorney Jamie White said:
"I've never seen or heard of anything like this. Based on the access he had to young girls over the last 20 years, the numbers are staggering."
Attorney John Manly has been fighting for a number of Nassar's victims. He joined us this afternoon to talk about the latest charges: