Fame includes both adoration and debasement. And today we will talk more about the later one. So the one name we will present to you is that of an infamous osteopathic physician, Larry Nassar.

Larry Nassar recently suffered a huge blow in his professional as well as in personal life. And the reason for this became Nassar’s own faults and misconducts in his profession. So, what is the fuss all about? Let’s unravel Nassar’s controversies with the consequences starting first with his married life.

What is Larry Nassar’s Marital Status?

On the month of October in 1996, Larry Nassar married a physician assistant, Stephanie Lynn. Later, Larry went on to have three children with Stephanie. Larry’s children with Stephanie comprise of two daughters and one son.

Nassar(right) with Stephanie
Larry Nassar(right) with Stephanie Lynn

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Up until 2017, everything was fine with Larry regarding his marital life. But onto the year, Larry lost everything within the blink of an eye. And the reason behind this was none other than the Larry himself. And more to your curious what Larry might have done possibly wrong, read next in the section below.

Larry Nassar’s Controversies

Larry Nassar, 54, was a doctor of osteopathic medicine. For more than a year after being accused of sexual abuse, Nassar maintained that he was performing legitimate medical procedures.


But, on Nov. 22, Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct related to 10 victims in two Michigan counties. The complaint reported that all Nassar’s victims were sexually penetrated when he put his fingers into their vaginas.

By pleading guilty to the charges, Nasser confessed that as a doctor, he was in a position of authority over his victims

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Furthermore, he also used that position to coerce them to submit to the penetration. All of Nassar’s victims in the Michigan cases were under the age of 16 and three were younger than 13.

Lead Prosecutor Angela Povilaitis said during the sentencing phase that Nassar penetrated his patients’ vaginas and anuses with his bare hands. Seven women who contacted IndyStar about Nassar complained the doctor penetrated them in the vagina with his finger. Some events even occurred in hotels and training camps.

Five said they were still adolescent at the time and that Nassar did not wear gloves. Three also said that Nassar touched their breasts. Three of the women said the doctor was even sexually aroused during at least one treatment.

Consequently, on November 29, 2017, Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for the seven counts that occurred in Ingham County, Michigan. Later, he was again charged with another 40 to 125 years in prison.


Nassar also pleaded guilty to three other charges following his incident in Michigan’s Eaton County. In December 2017, another federal case sentenced Nassar to 60 years in federal prison; 20 years on each of three counts. Later, investigators documented that Nassar had at least 37,000 videos and images of child pornography.

Larry Nassar’s Conviction AfterMath

So Yes, much to your shock, this became the only reason behind Larry Nassar‘s separation from his family. Also following his convictions and, he also lost the custody of his children.

After all the trials and sentencing, the federal law imposed heavy penalties on Nassar. The law also fined medical institutes in which Nassar was the physician at the time.

Watch how Nassar’s victims pleaded against him

The settlement, which includes all 332 current claimants, will cost Michigan State $500 million. The school will also pay $425 million now and will also hold $75 million in reserve in case other Nassar victims come forward.  To add more, it’s the largest amount of money in history settled by a university for a sexual abuse case.

Larry Nassar’s Wiki-Bio; Early Life, Career, and  His Controversies on Social Media

Lawrence Gerard Nassar (Larry Nassar) was born on August 16, 1963, in Farmington Hills, Michigan, United States.

Nassar began working for gymnasts in the late 1970s as a student athletic trainer. In 1985, Nassar graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in kinesiology. Further, he also joined USA Gymnastics national team’s medical staff in 1986.

Larry Nassar

Larry Nassar
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In 1993, Nassar graduated with an osteopathic medical degree from Michigan State University. Three years later, he appointed himself in the national medical coordinator for USA Gymnastics. He then became a team physician and assistant professor at MSU in 1997.

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In September 2016, MSU fired Nassar from the position of associate professor in the College of Osteopathic Medicine following one of Nassar’s sexual misconducts. The year before, USA Gymnastics said that it had cut ties with Nassar, which later on Nassar disputed that, saying he left voluntarily.

Onto Nassar’s current social media image, he, no doubt, is now a notorious and hateful figure on his own. But during his trials, he became even more hated when a lot of his victims raised their voice in #me too movement.  And as follows, Larry Nassar is currently serving his sentence in federal prison in Florida.