Rachael Denhollander who was the first gymnast to accuse ex-USAG team doctor, Larry Nassar of sexual abuse wants a complete regime change.
The first ever to come out with allegations against Nassar insists that “a complete regime change should start right now”.
She has further gone ahead to say that that the news was “for every survivor”.
Denhollander went on: “After overseeing the abuse of hundreds of children by Larry, national coaches and club coaches, it is good news.
“It is high time for this organization to end and a new one truly dedicated to athlete safety should begin.” The American summed up.
Meanwhile, the United States Olympic Committee is planning to strip USA Gymnastics of its status as a national governing body.
USOC wants to do this aftermath of saying in very clear terms without even mincing words that “athletes deserve better”.
Back in January of this year, Nassar landed the sentence of more than 300 years in jail for abusing gymnasts.
His victims are inclusive of the 2016 duo of gold medallists such as Aly Raisman and Simone Biles.
Biles has also laid lots of criticism on the 56-year-old Mary Bono for tweeting apparent opposition to sportswear outlet, Nike.
And that is for the sportswear manufacturing company making NFL star, Colin Kaepernick the face of its new advertising campaign.
Back in the year 2016, Kaepernick made a strong protest against racial injustice by kneeling during the US national anthem.
It has now become a gesture which has proved divisive in the country while drawing criticism from President Donald Trump.
However, Raisman has made a disclosure that it was the former congresswoman’s role at Faegre Baker Daniels which seriously troubled her.
Police arrest former USA Gymnastics head for tampering with evidence
The Police have arrested former USA Gymnastics head, Steve Penny for tampering with evidence relating to Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse scandal.
Penny, meanwhile, decided to step down as the leader of USA Gymnastics over the Nassar abuse scandal.
The former president and CEO of USA Gymnastics has now suffered arrest for tampering with evidence, according to concrete reports.
A grand jury has indicted the American for allegedly removing documents from a training centre.
And that was during the investigation into the disgraced former team doctor.
The Police, however, arrested Penny in the city of Tennessee on Wednesday but they have not yet recovered the files.
Penny is awaiting transfer to Texas where he faces between two and 10 years in prison.
And together with the jail term, he could land a fine of up to $10,000 if they find him guilty.