Donations Flood In for Father Who Attacked Larry Nassar in Court

Donations Flood In for Father Who Attacked Larry Nassar in Court

Donations Flood In for Father Who Attacked Larry Nassar in Court

After asking Judge Cunningham if he could have five minutes alone in a locked room with Nassar, having his request denied, and then asking if he could have just one minute alone in a locked room with him, Margraves charged at Nassar.

Margraves' three daughters are plaintiffs in a civil lawsuit filed in federal court against Nassar, Michigan State University, and USA Gymnastics.

Margraves then asked for one minute alone instead.

Margraves almost reached Nassar when he rushed the doctor shortly before 10 a.m. Friday during the second day of Nassar's sentencing hearing in Eaton County. Sheriff's deputies tackled Margraves.

Eaton County Sheriff Tom Reich said Randall Margraves' case remains under investigation and likely would be forwarded to prosecutors.

"And I look over here and Larry Nassar's shaking his head no like it never happened, who would put themselves through this if it didn't happen. I was blinded to the fancy degrees hanging on an office wall and I delivered, unintentionally, my three daughters to a demon who had his own twisted and sick agenda for his own demented desires" said Randall Margraves.

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A tall, burly man with thick gray hair, Margraves said his relationship with his daughters had always been "strained, distant and hard". The environment turned chaotic post the victim statement reading by sisters Lauren and Madison Margraves against Nassar, who will hear his final sentence on Monday.

Cunningham found him in direct contempt of court, but declined to fine or jail him.

Gasps, cries and shouts filled the courtroom as Margraves was wrestled to the ground, knocking things off a desk on the way down, and handcuffed while Nassar was taken out to safety. As officers pulled him from the room, he implored them, "What if this happened to you guys?"

"This is letting him have this power over us", she said. "I lost control, I apologize a hundred times", said Margraves. He's already been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison in another county.

Meanwhile, the coordinator of the women's national team for USA Gymnastics has stepped down in the latest departure to rock the embattled organization in the wake of a sexual abuse scandal centered on Nassar.

Cunningham said Nassar didn't authorize the statements and has disavowed them.

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