He said the committee has launched a Center for Safe Sport “that is intended to provide a safe and independent place for anyone that has been the victim of abuse to come forward.”Feinstein said that USA Gymnastics supports the legislation. The push for the bill follows an eight-month investigation into sexual abuse in gymnastics by the Indianapolis Star, as well as a ““60 Minutes” report featuring three women who said the U. The new accusations concerned a prominent doctor who’d been working with U. Olympic and national teams and other athletes for three decades.
By mid-February, more than 60 women had filed complaints, and some believed that number may reach into the hundreds. national women’s gymnastics team, allegedly masked sexual abuse as medical treatment for years.
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“And it was lacking in our own sport tremendously because everybody around us knew that abuses were going on, but they chose not to act because it became part of the cultural norm.”“I do believe that if we could clean this up with the mandatory reporting, I believe that will help a lot of our concerns,” she said.
The hearing concerned a bill that could reshape sex-abuse reporting guidelines in Olympic sports. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., is co-sponsoring a bill that calls for organizations overseeing Olympic sports to immediately report sex-abuse allegations to law enforcement or child-welfare authorities.