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On November 22, 2017, he pleaded guilty to seven charges of first-degree sexual assault and entered another guilty plea a week later to three additional charges of sexual assault.
On January 24, 2018, Nassar was sentenced to an additional 40 to 175 years in prison, set to run after Nassar serves the 60-year federal prison sentence for child pornography.
Other documents include sexual abuse complaints that were filed against 54 coaches.
The documents revealed that some of coaches were not banned from the sport despite being convicted of the crimes.
Mc Cabe was charged with molesting gymnasts, secretly videotaping girls changing clothes and posting their naked pictures on the Internet.
He pleaded guilty and is serving a 30-year sentence.
A judge released over 5,600 pages of court records in the Mc Cabe case after the Indianapolis Star requested the documents, which detail how USA Gymnastics has responded to various sexual misconduct allegations that were made against coaches over a 10-year period from 1996 to 2006.
The released documents included a letter which says a USAG regional chairman spoke to the organization's president in support of allowing a convicted sex offender to keep his membership.
Sharp was named USA Gymnastics Coach in 2010 and was charged with three counts of child molestation and four counts of sexual misconduct with a minor in 2015. Gymnastic coach Mark Schiefelbein was charged in 2002 for molesting a 10-year-old girl.
There have been several incidents where USA Gymnastics has dismissed warnings about coaches.
In a 2013 lawsuit, USA Gymnastics officials admitted under oath that allegations of sexual abuse were routinely dismissed as hearsay unless they came directly from a victim or victim's parent.
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".
On December 13 of that year, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) awarded Nichols, the first person to have reported Nassar (though not the first to go public with her report), the Inspiration Award for 2019.