A police report of the incident released Wednesday shows that she reported her encounter with Nassar the next day telling investigators she was "freaked out" that he tried to penetrate her with an ungloved hand, massaged her breasts and manipulated her genital area.
She even had a rape kit done, and police called in Nassar for an interview.
But the report shows that all Nassar did to get police to back off was tell them that he used a legitimate medical technique on Randall-Gay and give them him Power Point presentation on it.
Police then called Randall-Gay's mother to inform her "that we would be closing the case with no prosecution being sought, due to the facts presented to me by Dr. Nassar," the report says.
In the coming years, Nassar would repeat his claim that the physical contact was medical and not sexual. He even resurfaced it this month in a letter to the judge — after he pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct charges.
"Nobody was listening."
Randall-Gay said she has suffered from anxiety since the incident. She initially sent a written statement to be read aloud at the hearing, but after listening to some other victims speak, she decided she wanted to appear in person.