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Larry Nassar's Michigan State supervisor gets arrested after being fired last month

28 March 2018, 12:47 | Tracey Rhodes

Disgraced former gymnastics doctor Nassar is months into life prison sentence for molesting multiple underage girls while he was treating them

Disgraced former gymnastics doctor Nassar is months into life prison sentence for molesting multiple underage girls while he was treating them

They discussed a separate incident of sexual assault and Strampel brushed off the female students' accusation and pointed to Nassar as an example of how people often lie about abuse.

Charges against Strampel have not been disclosed.

A Wall Street Journal report this month revealed that Strampel told students and school officials in the fall of 2016 that he did not believe the women accusing Nassar of abuse.

Strampel told police previous year he never followed up after ordering Nassar in 2014 to have a third person present when providing treatment to "anything close to a sensitive area".

William Strampel, 70, who led Michigan State's medical school from 2002 until late previous year, was arrested Monday evening and taken to jail on four charges - one felony and three misdemeanors - stemming from the Michigan Attorney General's Office's ongoing investigation of the role others at the school may have played in crimes committed by Nassar, the former Michigan State and USA Gymnastics physician accused by more than 250 girls and women of sexual abuse.

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Nassar will spend the rest of his life in prison after he plead guilty to charges of child pornography and sexual assault.

Strampel has been a focus of the investigation since it began in January, days after Nassar was sentenced to serve 40 to 175 years for seven sex crimes in MI.

Nassar, 54, used his position as a physician to sexually assault more than 260 people, including several Olympic gymnasts, under the guise of medical treatment over the course of roughly two decades.

Mr Strampel stepped down at the end of a year ago ostensibly for medical reasons, but initially remained on the college's payroll. His attorney, John Dakmak, declined to comment.

A representative from the Ingham Sheriffs Department told TIME that Strampel's arraignment will occur sometime Tuesday.

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The other neglect of duty count is focused on Strampel allegedly allowing Nassar to see patients after the Title IX complaint was filed and before the investigation was finished.

A third female witness said Strampel suggested she become a centerfold model and related to her how another female student had become a stripper to pay for school, court documents said.

Michigan State had fired Dr. Nassar the month before, amid a criminal investigation into his conduct. He was placed on medical leave and remained on the school's faculty but interim MSU president John Engler moved to fire him in February. About 200 victims gave statements in two courtrooms over the 10 day of proceedings earlier this year before the disgraced doctor was sentenced.

"It demonstrates that (Schuette) is serious about investigating the systemic misconduct at MSU that led to the largest child sex abuse scandal in history and holding the responsible parties accountable", he said.

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