Ex-Nassar MSU boss had nudes on computer

Until now Larry Nassar was the only person arrested in connection withthe case

The attorney for a Michigan State University official is denying that his client ever inappropriately touched medical students or received sexual favors in exchange for boosting their standing in school.

Attorney Jamie White, who represents 34 victims of Nassar in civil litigation, released a statement today, which said in part, "Although the allegations against Dr. Strampel are extremely troubling, I can not say they are surprising given the atrocities that the women I represent have endured at the hands of Larry Nassar". He told police past year that he never followed up after ordering Nassar to have a third person present during certain treatments.

Judge Richard Ball, citing a lack of criminal history, set a $25,000 personal recognizance bond, meaning Strampel need not post a cash bond.

In February, Nassar was sentenced to between an additional 40 and 125 years in state prison on three more counts of sexual assault in an Eaton County, Michigan courtroom.

Former MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine dean William Strampel faces multiple unspecified charges, according to the Detroit Free Press, which first reported his arrest.

In September of 2016 when Rachael Denhollander became the first woman to publicly accuse Nassar of sexual assault by telling her story to The Indianapolis Star, reporter Tim Evans emailed Nassar, telling him that he had to ask him some questions. He says there was a "lack of supervision" over Nassar when the doctor was ordered to have another person in the room during certain exams.

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More than 250 girls and women have sued Michigan State, Strampel and other current and former university officials, USA Gymnastics - where Nassar also worked - and others.

William Strampel, who was dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine until late previous year, was charged Tuesday with a felony, a high court misdemeanor and two misdemeanors. He will be arraigned in court this afternoon. A news conference was scheduled for Tuesday.

Strampel is also accused of threatening and manipulating students to receive pornographic images of women who appear to be students, court documents said. He sexually abused dozens of female athletes over at least two decades while working as an osteopathic physician at Michigan State and as an athletic trainer at USA Gymnastics.

"William Strampel did not act with the level of professionalism we expect from individuals who hold senior leadership positions, particularly in a position that involves student and patient safety", said John Engler last month.

Strampel, 70, is listed on the Ingham County website as being lodged in the Jail.

William Forsyth, a retired prosecutor, is serving as the special prosecutor for the attorney general's investigation into systemic issues with sexual misconduct at Michigan State University.

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