Retrieved November 22, United States Senator Dianne Feinstein introduced a bill that would require national governing body members overseeing Olympic sports to immediately report sexual assault allegations to law enforcement or designated child-welfare agencies. The USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal involves the sexual abuse of female athletes—primarily minors—over the past two decades, in which over individuals have been sexually assaulted "by gym owners, coaches, and staff working for gymnastics programs across the country".
At least gymnasts have alleged some form of sexual abuse at the hands of their coaches, gym owners and other adults working in gymnastics. An investigation over the period of nine months found that "predatory coaches were allowed to move from gym to gym, undetected by a lax system of oversight, or dangerously passed on by USA Gymnastics-certified gyms". Mark Schiefelbein was charged in for molesting a year-old girl.
According to the FBI, over 37, images and videos of child pornography were seized from Nassar's home, including a GoPro video of Nassar allegedly molesting girls in a swimming pool. He was charged and committed suicide in prison. Retrieved January 3,
Olympic Committee chief executive". During his appearance before Judge Rosemarie Aquilina in Ingham County Circuit Court,  and under the terms of his plea agreement , Nassar pleaded guilty to seven counts of criminal sexual conduct charges with a minimum sentence of 25 to 40 years in prison. The investigation also included two previously publicized allegations of similar conduct by members of the men's basketball program, as well as one never-before-publicized allegation made by former Michigan State counselor Lauren Allswede against Travis Walton.