Also engulfed in the controversy are MSU, where Nassar was a faculty member and practitioner at MSU's sports-medicine clinic from 1997 until he was fired last September; USA Gymnastics, the sport's national governing body, where Nassar started as an athletic trainer in 1986 and served as chief medical coordinator and U. team doctor from 1996 to 2015, and Twistars, a high-profile USA Gymnastics training facility in the Lansing area, which referred athletes to Nassar.All three organizations are named as co-defendants in some of the lawsuits.
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Meanwhile, Lopez and another MSU student athlete each say they told MSU trainers in 1999 that Nassar was doing vaginal penetration during medical treatment, according to their lawsuit.
Lopez said she was a MSU freshman on the softball team in spring 1999 when she saw Nassar for a lower back injury.
MSU, the only entity to employ Nassar, denied the university had knowledge of any complaints prior to 2014 and said it had not protected Nassar, according to MSU spokesman Jason Cody.
In an email to members of the MSU community, university President Lou Anna K.
Lopez said she was told she could file a complaint against Nassar, but "I was really encouraged not to," Lopez said.