In January 2018, former USA Gymnastics national team doctor and Michigan State University osteopathic physician Larry Nassar was sentenced to serve from 40-175 years behind bars. Nassar pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography, possession of pornographic images of children, and multiple counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with young women and girls. His crimes took place over the course of nearly two decades.

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At Nassar’s sentencing, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina allowed nearly 100 of Nassar’s accusers to make victim impact statements. The youngest to do so was then 15-year-old Emma Ann.

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“Larry groomed me my entire life,” says Emma Ann, noting that she had known Nassar almost since birth, and started seeing him for back pain at age 8.

Emma Ann’s mother, Leslie, who says she had considered Nassar a family friend, states she has a “tremendous amount of guilt” for what happened to her daughter.

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How do the women say Nassar was able to conceal from Leslie what he was doing to Emma Ann, even while Leslie was in the same room?

Emma Ann’s story is featured in the new book, The Girls: An All-American Town, a Predatory Doctor, and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him Down, by author Abigail Pesta. Available now, wherever books are sold.

In a Dr. Phil exclusive airing Thursday, Emma Ann, her mother, Leslie, Judge Aquilina and others come together to speak about the case.

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