MSU Trainers Turn Blind Eye Regarding Sexual Abuse
Just when you thought you wouldn't have to hear former Michigan State Doctor Larry Nassar's name again...apparently 2 MSU trainers who said they knew nothing about Nassar's abuse to patients...lied.
According to WOOD and the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory affairs, Destiny Teachnor-Hauk and Lianna Hadden were served with administrative complaints for violating the public health code.
Former MSU athletes said the two trainers were notified of complaints of sexual abuse but did nothing about the complaints.
Hadden and Teachnor-Hauk's original statement had both trainers denying that any student ever mentioned to them anything regarding abuse. Investigators uncovered that both trainers were lying.
LARA has given the trainers 30 days to respond to the complaint.
MSU said in a statement, "We are reviewing the findings and taking the complaint seriously."
Surprisingly Hadden and Teachnor-Hauk are still currently working for the university and have not been put on administrative leave.
LARA is also investigating the former dean of osteopathic medicine at MSU, Dr. William Strampel, who is facing charges connected to the Nassar case.
In the meantime, Nassar is appealing the state sentences regarding the sexual assault charges.