Nassar accusers to address MSU Board of Trustees

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EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Three victims of Larry Nassar will be addressing the Michigan State University Board of Trustees Friday.

The former MSU and USA Gymnastics team doctor has been accused of sexual assaulting them when they were under his care.

The women are planning on demanding the release of MSU's internal review conducted by the attorney's of "Nassar's former work at the University." They are also looking for an independent investigation of MSU by law enforcement.

Those present Friday will be:
Kaylee Lorincz – “Victim E” in Larry Nassar Ingham County, Michigan criminal case.
Lisa Lorincz – Kaylee Lorincz’s mother.
Sterling Riethman – Kalamazoo, Michigan, former competitive gymnast and diver treated by Nassar at MSU.

Rachael Denhollander, the former Michigan gymnast who filed the first criminal complaint against Nassar will not be present at the meeting.

The women will go in front of the board at 9:30 Friday morning.

News 10's Clayton Cummins will be tweeting live from the meeting and the meeting will be streamed live on our WILX Facebook page.

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