LANSING – Michigan native and gold medal winning Olympic gymnast Jordyn Wieber joined the more than 100 victims of former doctor Larry Nassar in making a statement at his sentencing on Friday.
Wieber, from DeWitt, Michigan, won a gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Wieber, now 22-years-old, told the court that Nassar brainwashed her. "What was he thinking about when he massaged my sore muscles everyday?" Wieber said. "Now I question everything."
"Nobody was protecting us from being taken advantage of," Wieber told the court.
"Even though I am a victim, I do not and will not live as one," Wieber said.
Watch her full statement in the video player above.
More than 100 victims are expected to give statements during the sentencing period, which is expected to take a total of four days.
During Day 1 of sentencing, several victims spoke on the record about the abuse they endured from the former gymnastics doctor.