The USOC said it learned of Nassar's abuse allegations in 2016 from the Indianapolis Star story published in 2016, but the lawsuit claims that the USA GYmnastics informed the organization of the abuse in 2015.
She also claims her psychological trauma includes "not trusting adult males".
The lawsuit describes how Nassar was allowed unfettered access to Raisman and other elite athletes as they trained at the Karolyi Ranch owned by famed coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi and at competitions around the world. Once she realized his medical techniques were really sexual abuse, she felt "humiliation, guilt, shame and disgust".
She's suing for damages.
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In particular, they are helping key HSE staff get to and from work, as well as helping patients travel where necessary. Schools, third level institutions and colleges of further education countrywide will be closed again today.
Raisman, an Olympic gold medalist who Nassar abused during the London 2012 Games, was one of 265 women and girls who made criminal complaints against Nassar.
"It has become painfully clear that these organizations have no intention of properly addressing this problem", Raisman said.
The statement also outlined new reforms aimed at protecting its athletes from abuse.
Raisman joins a list of more than 100 civil actions filed against Nassar and USA Gymnastics.
Raisman's lawsuit, seeking unspecified damages, was filed on Wednesday in California state court in Santa Clara County.
USA Gymnastics is committed to doing everything we can to prevent this from happening again by making bold decisions and holding ourselves to the highest standards of care.
The gymnast's attorney, John Manly, said that the USOC and USA Gymnastics were involved in a "conspiracy to silence victims and cover-up the largest child sex abuse scandal in history", according to ABC News. In a statement released Friday, she said she filed the lawsuit in the hopes "the legal process will hold them accountable and enable the change that is so desperately needed". The suits claim that individuals associated with all of those organizations shirked their responsibility to report suspicion of Nassar's behavior despite more than two decades of warning signs and complaints from girls he was abusing. She is one of the most decorated gymnasts in USA history with a total of six Olympic medals, two team golds at world championships and 13 national championship medals.