Nassar Victims Upset At New Pick For USA Gymnastics President

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Published on February 20, 2019 - Duration: 00:42s

Nassar Victims Upset At New Pick For USA Gymnastics President

CNN reports USA Gymnastics has appointed former gymnast and NBA executive Li Li Leung as its president and chief executive officer, the embattled organization announced Tuesday.

Leung's appointment has already come under fire from some of Larry Nassar's victims, who released a statement through an attorney on Tuesday.

An attorney for some of the survivors said in the statement.

"Sadly, Ms. Leung has precisely the same sports marketing background as her predecessors Steve Penny and Kerry Perry.

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