The doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced this 2018 to a sentence of 40 to 175 years in prison, after being found guilty of repeated sexual abuse against more than 350 young American gymnasts.
And one of them was the Olympic multi-champion Simone Bileswho interviewed the program "Good morning America"of the ABC network revealed the successors left behind by Nassar's abuse.
"Now I am taking anti-anxiety medicine because I have had many up and down during the year, tried to figure out what's wrong, "the American athlete began.
In that line he admitted to going to therapy with "regularity"and claimed that"it's not easy, but thanks to the people around me it's best, it's a bit easier. "
Finally, the Olympic medals said: "There have been many things that made me the person I am today and I feel stronger, I feel that this year he gave me a voice and I tried to find my voice to use it in the best and most positive way".