Usa sex info
One gym owner had warned that Mc Cabe "should be locked in a cage before someone is raped".
Mc Cabe continued coaching for seven years, until one gymnast's mother went to the FBI with emails that had been sent to her 11-year-old daughter.
After prosecutors subpoenaed records, they learned that USA gymnastics had received prior complaints against Schiefelbein, who is serving a 36-year sentence.
There had been a complaint about James Bell on file for at least five years before he was arrested in 2003 for molesting three young gymnasts.
In 1990, USAG compiled a list of permanently banned coaches, including coaches banned for sexual abuse.
In 1992, Robert Dean Head, a USAG coach in Kentucky, pled guilty to raping a 12-year old.
USAG has since said that it has banned 37 of the 54 coaches.
In a deposition, then USAG President Steve Penny said "To the best of my knowledge, there's no duty to report if you are – if you are a third-party to some allegation ...
The USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal involves the sexual abuse of female athletes—primarily minors—over the past two decades, in which over 368 individuals have been sexually assaulted "by gym owners, coaches, and staff working for gymnastics programs across the country".
In 2016, Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar was arrested on charges of sex abuse and possession of child pornography.