Transcript for Olympic gold medal gymnast files new lawsuit against USA Gymnastics, USOC
Now to the new fallout from the usa gymnastics abuse scandal. This morning, Aly raisman announcing she's suing usa gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic committee and ABC's Eva pilgrim is here with details. Reporter: Aly raisman refusing to wait any longer for these organizations to do what she says is a critical step to moving forward, a full investigation. She says she hopes by filing this lawsuit they will be held accountable to make changes to keep this from ever happening again. I'm no longer a victim. I'm a survivor. Reporter: This morning olympic champion Aly raisman suing the United States olympic committee and usa gymnastics. We still have to hold these organizations accountable. They enabled this monster, they took his side over us for so long. Reporter: Raisman who brought home olympic gold for team usa in 2012 and 2016 -- It has been worth it. Reporter: Alleging that the organizations are partly to blame for enabling her abuser, Dr. Larry Nassar. Her lawyers say the organizations put their quest for money and medals above the safety of minor competitive athletes, claiming they failed to adequately enforce policies which would prevent employees from engaging in sexually abusive misconduct. The lawsuit also alleging the organizations failed to report Nassar's suspected history of sexual abuse to raisman and her parents. Treatments with you were mandatory. You took advantage of that. Lying on my stomach with you on my bed insisting that your inappropriate touch would help to heal my pain. Reporter: The suit also showing in letter the former head of usa gymnastics sent to the usoc in 1999 describing the "Uss Fitzgerald' usoc's procedures as fundamentally flawed and showing apparent indifference to the welfare of young children. 20 years after that letter while facing her abuser at a sentencing, raisman shed no tears but weeks later admitting the truth. I know I looked strong in the moment but after I was a mess. It felt like it took me weeks to recover. Reporter: We reached out to the usoc and usa gymnastics but have not heard back, all this as the first male gymnast has come forward with allegations of sexual abuse from Nassar. It's far from over. Very much. Thank you, Eva. We turn to reverend Billy
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