Larry Nassar was SLAMMED by judge Rose Marie Aquilina in court on Thursday after he said making him listen to victim statements during his sentencing hearing this week was "cruel."
The creep, who was sentenced to the maximum 60 years in prison on child pornography charges, wrote a letter complaining about the onslaught of victim statements and the judge said the letter "wasn't worth the paper it was written on."
"There's no truth in here. It's delusional," she said of the ridiculous letter.
Nassar was the team doctor who sexually abused Aly Raisman, Simone Biles and McKayla Moroney.
In the letter Nassar whined that the statements were hurting his mental health and that Judge Aquilina was using the hearing for her own attention.
"I'm very concerned about my ability to be able to face witnesses this next four days mentally," he wrote in the letter, adding that he passed out twice on the morning of his sentencing.
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"You may find it harsh that you are here listening. But nothing is as harsh as what your victims endured for thousands of hours at your hands," the judge told Nassar. "Spending four or five days listening to them is significantly minor considering the hours of pleasure you had at your expense, ruining their lives."
In December, Nassar was sentenced to the maximum sentence of 60 years in prison on child pornography charges.
He is currently being tried for over 125 sexual assault allegations from the US gymnastics team.
Nassar, 54, will be sentenced January 31 in Michigan on 10 counts of first-degree criminal sexual misconduct. He pleaded guilty to these charges in November.
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