Aly Raisman Reveals Heartbreaking Truth After Accusing Larry Nassar Of Sexual Abuse

Jena Greene | Reporter

Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman revealed a sad and terrifying truth about her well-being this week following her high-profile case against former Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

The six-time gold medalist told The Improper Bostonian magazine that she hasn’t been able to fully recover following the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of Nassar. (RELATED: First Male Victim Files Suit Against Larry Nassar)

“In the past few months I’ve barely worked out, which for someone who loves working out, that’s saying a lot,” she told The Improper. (RELATED: The Rock Responds To Dad Who Tried To Attack Larry Nassar) 

Raisman also said she was struggling to move past Nassar’s abuse following his prison sentencing.

“I could hold it together in court or whatever, but then I could barely hold my head up afterward,” she said. “I’m constantly reliving my abuse.”

Larry Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for sexually abusing over 300 victims over the course of his career as both a Team USA gymnastics doctor and a doctor at Michigan State University.

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