VIDEO: Michigan native, Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber speaks at Larry Nassar sentencing

'I am a victim of Larry Nassar'

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.

Fellow Olympian Aly Raisman also spoke on Friday. Watch her statement here.

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More than 100 victims are expected to give statements during the sentencing period, which is expected to take a total of four days.

Related: Special Report on the Larry Nassar case

During Day 1 of sentencing, several victims spoke on the record about the abuse they endured from the former gymnastics doctor.

You can watch statements from victims in Day 1 on Tuesday right here.

You can watch Day 2 statements here.

You can watch Day 3 statements here.

You can watch Day 4 statements here.

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