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Molested Gold-Medalist Gymnast Just Got Massive Revenge On Her Abuser

McKayla Maroney, 22, is a retired US gymnast who won multiple gold medals while she was competing.  During the Olympic Games in 2012, Maroney was sexually assaulted by the USA Gymnastic’s team doctor, Larry Nassar. And in 2016 the gymnast received a settlement and agreed to sign a non-disclosure agreement during that time.
Recently, Larry Nassar has been named in hundreds of lawsuits filed by athletes accusing him of sexual abuse. He is currently on trial and many of his victims are giving their statements to the courts regarding the abuse and how it has changed their lives forever.Even though she signed a non-disclosure agreement years ago which would force her to pay a $100,000 fine, McKayla is one of those brave victims that is coming forward to tell her story.
People everywhere are disgusted that she is being threatened to stick to the non-disclosure or pay the hefty fine.You will never believe who is stepping forward to help this Olympian out!
According to E! Online, a major girl squad just showed up to back her up and deliver epic revenge on the man who abused her and her trust.

Chrissy Teigen, Kristen Bell and The Good Place creator Michael Schur have taken to social media to give their support (financial and emotional) to Olympian McKayla Maroney, who may be fined $100,000 if she speaks out later this week about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of disgraced Team USA doctor, Larry Nassar, who was recently sentenced to 60 years in prison for child pornography.

In 2016, the gymnast received $1.25 million settlement from USA Gymnastics and agreed to sign a non-disclosure agreement as part of the deal, which also entails a $100,000 fine should she ever speak publicly about the molestation. But Maroney may break the NDA this week as she is one of 88 women who are currently scheduled to deliver victim impact statements at Nassar’s sentencing, which begins today and is set to run through Friday.

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And while that amount may be a hefty sum—first Teigen and then Bell and Schur hopped on Twitter to say they’d pay the sum if need be.

Along with a screen grab of a headline regarding Maroney being fined if she speaks, Teigen tweeted on Tuesday, “The entire principle of this should be fought – an NDA to stay quiet about this serial monster with over 140 accusers, but I would be absolutely honored to pay this fine for you, McKayla.”

Schur then retweeted Teigen’s tweet and wrote “I’ll split it with you.” And then Bell retweeted Schur’s tweet and wrote, “I’ll 1/3 it with you.”

USA Gymnastics said last month in a statement that the settlement terms were not drawn up by their lawyers but rather by Maroney’s attorney at the time, Gloria Allred.“Contrary to reports, the concept of confidentiality was initiated by McKayla’s attorney, not USA Gymnastics. USA Gymnastics cannot speak to the mediation process, which is confidential and privileged under California law,’ said USA Gymnastics in a statement.
“The process culminated in a settlement agreement that included a mutual non-disclosure clause and a mutual nondisparagement clause.” The US Olympic Committee and Nassar’s former employer, Michigan State University, are also named in the lawsuit.”We are heartbroken that this abuse occurred, proud of the brave victims that have come forward and grateful that our criminal justice system has ensured that Nassar will never be able to harm another young woman,” said the USOC in a statement.

It is amazing to see people in Hollywood come forward in her defense and say that they will pay her fine for her. They understand the bravery that it takes to speak the truth. With all of the backlash regarding the non-disclosure fine,  USA Gymnastics has just said that they will not fine Mckayla for telling her story to the courts.

 

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