Nassar blames victims in police videos

Nassar appears confused and bold when faced with allegations that he abused patients, claiming he was the victim, not his patients.
2:08 | 05/16/18

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Now, to the landmark settlement involving former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. His former employ year, Michigan state university, agreeing to a $500 million deal with hundreds of his victims. And for the first time, right here tonight, a look at the disturbing police videos. Nassar in his own words, being asked important questions before that conviction. Here again tonight, ABC's linsey Davis. Reporter: Just as we learned about that historic half billion dollar settlement, today, a first look at disturbing police interviews with Larry Nassar. I was victimized myself. Reporter: The former doctor calls himself a victim. I don't get it. Why didn't she say something if she was -- if she was -- if she was feeling violated in any way, shape or form? There was no communication. Reporter: The first interview in 2014, Nassar even showed officers videos of what he described as medical treatment. If you don't have patient confidence and patient trust, you'd have my In here how many times now? Right, right. Okay especially when I'm doing this on 10-year-olds, 12-year-olds with their parents there. Reporter: Nassar routinely blocked the parents view. Has there been another complaint? I'm just like, confused right now. Reporter: Two years later, another accuser. Police question if he got aroused while conducting the so-called medical procedures. If there was arousal, it's, it's -- I mean, like, it would be because of, whatever, I don't know, but I'm not trying to -- Reporter: That 2016 complaint from Rachel denhollander led to more allegations and criminal charges for Nassar. This is what it looks like when the adults in authority do not respond properly to disclosures of sexual assault. And linsey Davis back on this story again tonight. We should point out that Rachael denhollander is speaking out about the settlement tonight? Reporter: Yes. She says she is deeply disappointed as the missed opportunity for meaningful reform at the university, and also disappointed that they have not reached a resolution with usa gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic committee. This settlement only applies to msu. David? Linsey Davis with us tonight. Thank you. And one more note, there are

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