The latest news about the US gymnastics team didn’t say anything about their challenges and awards, but brought out the most shameful and painful things happening right in the core!
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US Gymnastics Team Coach, John Geddert took his life, according to the news by state officials, as well as Geddert’s attorney at law. after the shocking documentary reached the eyes of the public. In the documentary, filthy sexual abuse of the female gymnasts is revealed, and the main culprit is the USA Team doctor – Larry Nassar.
His attorney made the following statement: “My office has been notified that the body of John Geddert was found late this afternoon after taking his own life.”
Apparently, Geddert died from a gunshot wound he self-inflicted.
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A news report said that there’s a connection to the convicted doctor Larry and 63-year-old Geddert since they’ve been working together with the Fierce Five girls team that won the gold medal in the 2012 Olympics. disgraced Team USA doctor and convicted sexual predator Larry Nassar.
Superstars Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross, and Jordyn Wieber went under so much pressure, but apparently, the sexual and mental violence they’ve handled through those times was unbearable.
Geddert, probably terrified of the sexual assault charges, that could’ve brought him a life sentence in prison, decided that taking his own life is the best way out.
“In total, Geddert is facing 20 counts of human trafficking, 2 counts of sexual assault, 1 count of racketeering and 1 count of lying to a peace officer. And as for the Larry Nassar connection … Nassar was the team doctor for the 2012 gymnastics team. Nassar also treated gymnasts at the Michigan gym, Twistars, which was owned by Geddert and his wife until they sold it just a few weeks ago.”
With this, he confessed much more than he could ever confess in a trial.