Former MSU AD: Federal laws broken if '92 accusations true

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A former athletic director for Michigan State University said if the allegations laid out in a new lawsuit are true, her predecessor broke federal law. 

A former student athlete at the university, Erika Davis, accuses Larry Nassar of raping and impregnating her in a lawsuit filed Monday. The allegations date back to 1992 and name current trustee and former A.D. George Perles as covering up the assault.

"I can't judge the validity of the narrative or her complaints but it certainly does cry out — the entire document cries out — for an open, transparent Title IX investigation," said Merrily Dean Baker. She spoke to 24 Hour News 8 by phone Wednesday morning.

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