The comment at first elicited chuckles from the courtroom, and the judge replied, "I can't do that".
Nassar was in court in Eaton County, MI, for his third and final sentencing hearing for multiple counts of sexual abuse, and more than 30 victims have given statements. When she refused, he asked for "just one minute alone with that bastard". He apologized to the court for his actions.
"I'm not here to upstage my daughters", he said.
"You can not behave like this. We don't want to have profanity", the judge responded.
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It was not about creating chances, it was about different things. "In the short-term, I don't think we will do a lot". They brought some fresh ideas, obviously confidence. "He is very important for us". "We need to deliver as well".
"I'm not here to upstage my daughters, I'm here to help them heal", he told the court. "This is not helping your children". While she understands how sensitive this situation is, she reminded the court that Nassar is here to be sentenced for the crimes he committed, because that's what the justice system allows. But you can not do this. The sentencing hearing in an Eaton County, Mich., courtroom follows the emotionally-charged seven-day sentencing hearing last month where more than 150 women confronted Nassar. The gymnastics doctor has been accused of inappropriate sexual behavior by at least 65 victims, who claim he molested them at the Twistars Gymnastics Club in MI.
The hearing resumed approximately 20 minutes later.
Cunningham told Margraves that she could not grant that; the father of three then lunged at Nassar who was sitting only a few feet away across the room with his defense attorneys.
Madison was much more emotional as she read her statement to the courtroom.
Nassar in December was separately sentenced to 60 years in federal prison on child pornography charges. The proceedings are likely to extend into next week.