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Debbie Van Horn was arrested Thursday at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport and booked into the Walker County Jail on Thursday. Walker County Jail via Reuters hide caption

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The former head of USA Gymnastics, Steve Penny, invokes his right under the Fifth Amendment not to answer questions during a Senate hearing on Tuesday. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry testifies on Capitol Hill on Wednesday about changes her organization has made to protect athletes from sexual abuse. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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MSU Settlement In Nassar Case 'A Great Victory,' Abused Gymnast Says

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Six-time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman names the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Gymnastics in a lawsuit this week alleging the organizations hid abuse by disgraced team doctor Larry Nassar. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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The entire USA Gymnastics board will resign, the group says. Rachael Denhollander (center) listens as Larry Nassar, a former team USA Gymnastics doctor, was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison for sexual abuse over decades of his involvement with the program. Brendan McDermid/Reuters hide caption

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Larry Nassar appears in court last Wednesday in Lansing, Mich., to listen to victim impact statements during his sentencing hearing. He is accused of molesting more than 100 girls while he was a physician for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Larry Nassar wipes a tear as he listens to a young woman deliver a victim impact statement at his sentencing hearing on Wednesday. Nassar has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting seven girls but the judge is allowing more than 100 of his accusers to speak. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Larry Nassar listens to victim impact statements prior to being sentenced after being accused of molesting more than 140 women and girls while he was a physician for Team USA and Michigan State University. Nassar has pleaded guilty in Ingham County, Mich., to sexually assaulting seven girls, but the judge is allowing all of his accusers to speak. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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McKayla Maroney had signed a confidentiality provision as part of a monetary settlement in late 2016. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images hide caption

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Former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced on Thursday for possession of child pornography. He is pictured here in court in Lansing, Mich., last month. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar is seen in court on June 23 in Mason, Mich., as he stood trial on multiple counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Nassar has pleaded guilty and faces decades in prison. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman says she was abused by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. She told CBS' 60 Minutes that he began treating her when she was 15. Adam Glanzman/Getty Images hide caption

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McKayla Maroney stands on the podium at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. She says a team doctor molested her for years, including during the Olympics. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images hide caption

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Larry Nassar, a doctor who treated female gymnasts and is accused by many of molesting them, pleaded guilty to child pornography charges on Tuesday. Michigan Attorney General's Office/AP hide caption

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USA Gymnastics announced Tuesday it will adopt new policies to better protect its athletes from abuse. Steve Penny, the organization's former president and CEO, is seen here in 2011. Bob Levey/Getty Images for Hilton hide caption

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