Former U.S. Gymnastics Coach Dies Hours After Sex Trafficking Charges
Of the 24 felonies Geddert was charged with, 20 counts were for human trafficking and forced labor; one was for first-degree sexual assault; one was for second-degree sexual assault, racketeering, and lying to a police officer. Geddert, who led the U.S. women’s gymnastics team at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, was accused of “sexual penetration” of a girl under 16 in January 2012, according to the complaint. The Michigan Attorney General’s office also said Geddert was aware Nassar was sexually abusing gymnasts, and both men lied to police about it during the 2016 investigation. 

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