Grace says from the time she was 12 until the age of 18, she was a patient of Larry Nassar, the now-former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics national team doctor who was convicted on three counts possession of child pornography and 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct with women and girls under the guise of providing medical treatment.

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“Even though I kept seeing Larry, a lot of my injuries didn’t heal, and I think that was one of his ways of keeping us coming back for treatment,” says the one-time ballet dancer, noting that she has experienced major anxiety and panic attacks for years.

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“I wasn’t aware that what I was experiencing was abuse, but I had the symptoms of abuse,” she says. Grace founded The Army Of Survivors, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring awareness, accountability, and transparency regarding sexual violence against athletes and others, and to provide resources and advocacy for survivors of sexual abuse. Her story is also featured in author Abigail Pesta's book, The Girls: An All American Town, a Predatory Doctor, and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him Down.

Watch the video above to hear more of Grace’s story then tune in Thursday for a Dr. Phil exclusive when Grace and others come together to speak with Dr. Phil about their involvement in the Larry Nassar case.

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