The Morning Brew: OU gymnast says “me too”

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The Morning Brew: OU gymnast says

Sophomore maggie Nichols says she was assaulted FILE- In this April 15, 2017, file photo, Oklahoma’s Maggie Nichols competes on the uneven parallel bars during the NCAA college women’s gymnastics championships in St. Louis. Nichols, a former Olympic hopeful, says she is among more than 100 women and girls who say they are victims of sexual abuse by a now-imprisoned Michigan sports doctor. She said in a statement Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, that Dr. Larry Nassar violated her innocence at the Karolyi Ranch Olympic training camp in Texas. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File) The "Me too" movement took off in the wake of last fall’s Harvey Weinstein revelations that led the film exec to resign. Since then, women, and some men, have come forward publicly to tell their own stories of sexual assault and harassment.

University of Oklahoma sophomore gymnast Maggie Nichols is one of them. Maggie Nichols , a former U.S. national team gymnast and sophomore at Oklahoma, says she was also sexually assaulted by former Team USA physician Larry Nassar, and she was the first to report the abuse to USA Gymnastics in 2015.

Nichols went public with her story in a letter released by her attorney Tuesday morning. […]

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