Former Michigan wrestlers urge more victims to ‘speak up’

MIKE HOUSEHOLDER and LARRY LAGE Associated Press SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) — The whistleblower whose letter to University of Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel alleging sexual assault sparked an investigation into a former school doctor says he was inspired by the women who testified against convicted Michigan State physician Larry Nassar. An attorney for Tad DeLuca said Thursday that his client complained to his wrestling coach in 1975 that Dr. Robert E. Anderson molested him during medical exams. Then-coach Bill Johannesen humiliated him, kicked him off the team and effectively removed his financial assistance in response, the attorney said. "I spoke up again by letter in 2018 after hearing an NPR story about the MSU gymnasts, women who I am in awe of," DeLuca said at a news con
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