On Wednesday (Sept. 15), Simone Biles testified that the sexual abuse she suffered by former USA Gymnastics workforce physician Larry Nassar instantly impacted her psychological well being on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this summer season throughout which she unexpectedly withdrew from a number of occasions.

Biles was joined by different members of Workforce USA Gymnastics whereas talking earlier than the Senate Judiciary Committee over what they mentioned was the FBI’s failed investigation into Nassar’s actions. The embellished Olympian additionally mentioned that present and former FBI brokers ought to be held accountable for his or her mishandling of the bureau’s investigation, ESPN reports.

“It actually feels just like the FBI turned a blind eye to us,” mentioned Biles whereas attempting to carry again tears throughout her testimony, including that brokers ought to be federally prosecuted. A number of senators additionally questioned why the Division of Justice didn’t pursue legal expenses in opposition to the brokers.

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In the course of the summer season of 2015, FBI brokers failed to reply with the “seriousness and urgency” required after they had been knowledgeable about Nassar’s abuse, a latest report printed by the Division of Justice’s inspector normal discovered. The report additionally discovered that brokers mishandled proof and later made false statements to investigators in a canopy up try.

Biles was joined by fellow Olympian Aly Raisman, in addition to former Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney and former world and NCAA champion Maggie Nichols, who initially introduced Nassar’s conduct to the eye of USAG officers in June 2015.

The 4 gymnasts all say they had been sexually assaulted by Nassar throughout their time with the nationwide workforce. They had been joined on Wednesday by Justice Division Inspector Common Michael Horowitz and FBI Director Christopher Wray, who additionally testified Wednesday.

“I am deeply and profoundly sorry,” Wray advised the gymnasts throughout his testimony, based on ESPN. “I am particularly sorry that there have been individuals on the FBI who had their very own probability to cease this monster in 2015 and failed. It by no means ought to have occurred. And we’re doing every thing in our energy to ensure it by no means occurs once more.”

Nasser was convicted after pleading responsible to seven counts of legal sexual conduct in Ingham County, Mich., the place he was workforce gymnastics physician at Michigan State College, and the place he was accused by a number of members of that workforce of sexual abuse. He was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in jail.