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Larry Nassar’s Disturbing Google Searches

Details from the disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor’s criminal report have been released.

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Editor’s Note: The following article contains some disturbing language and reference to child molestation.

Before convicted serial child molester Larry Nassar was arrested in 2016 for child pornography, he had a very sketchy search history as given by Michigan State University Police Dept. Sgt. Andrea Munford’s report. A sample of these searches are:

  • pelvic floor manipulations in athletes
  • Legal use of medical exam gloves
  • Is it illegal not to use gloves with intervaginal manipulations
  • Intravaginal manipulations for back pain
  • Pubic Hair Removal Demonstration (18+) YouTube
  • Vaginal massage
  • Is it illegal not to use gloves with intravaginal manipulations

After these searches were found, Munford interviewed Nassar at the MSU Police Station. The investigation was opened after Rachael Denhollander filed a complaint with the department, shortly after which they were interviewed by Munford regarding Nassar’s abuse.

Nassar evidently grew anxious over the course of the interview, with these searches to have guilt all over them. “It should be noted that several times during this interview Nassar severely stuttered over his words,” Munford said in the report, according to Michigan Radio.

Nassar is currently serving a 60-year sentence in an Arizona federal prison for child pornography-related charges.

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Erin Whitten is currently CMN's Senior Correspondent and is currently a student at Arizona State University majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies.

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