Nassar met with police on May 29, 2014, about two months after the appointment. '"Two women have said that in 1997 they raised concerns about Nassar to MSU women's gymnastics coach Kathie Klages, who cautioned them from reporting Nassar; Klages then told Nassar the women raised concerns.
He already had been removed from clinical duties, a result of the Title IX investigation stemming from Thomashow's report."Nassar stated he is not saying he did not touch (Thomashow)," Capt. After the 2014 interview with police, Nassar began sending O'Brien emails, including later that day, with lectures, videos and references to other doctors who performed similar procedures, all meant to show that what he did was medical.
Nagarwala, 44, of Northville, who is accused of performing the cutting procedures on the two Minnesota girls.
Nagarwala, meanwhile, remains locked up pending the outcome of her trial.
During that appointment, Nassar cupped her buttocks and then, about an hour into the session, he sent the only other person present, a female resident, out of the examination room, she told them. Thomashow's report didn't include vaginal penetration, but Denhollander's did, a key detail that might also have played a role in how the two complaints were investigated and reviewed for charges.