Larry Nassar victim accuses MSU interim president of offering secret payoff

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At a meeting Friday where Michigan State interim president John Engler said he regrets the way the school handled its response Wednesday to a recent sexual assault lawsuit, a different survivor of sexual assault publicly accused Engler of bullying her in a private meeting weeks ago.

Kaylee Lorincz, a 19-year-old gymnast who testified in court that former Michigan State doctor and convicted sexual predator Larry Nassar abused her, said Engler offered her $250,000 when discussing an ongoing civil lawsuit against the university and pressured her to “give me a number.”

Lorincz, who shared Engler’s offer Friday morning during Michigan State’s final board of trustees meeting of the academic year, said she told Engler her lawsuit wasn’t about money and claimed he lied to her about having similar conversations with other survivors of Nassar’s abuse.

“I just wanted a five-minute conversation to introduce myself and to let President Engler be able to put a face with the word survivor since he has not met with any of the girls,” Lorincz told ESPN. “Five minutes turned into an hour.

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