Rachael Denhollander's Memoir Is a Searing Exposé of the Suppression of Women's Stories

"Rachael Denhollander was traveling in 2016 when thieves broke into her husband’s van, stealing several thousand dollars’ worth of tools. It was an exhausting time for the family already. Just weeks earlier, she had come forward in the Indianapolis Star to tell her story of being repeatedly sexually assaulted as a teenager by USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, becoming the first woman to accuse him publicly of abuse. She was working closely with out-of-state law enforcement in a criminal case against Nassar and a separate Title IX investigation, and fielding calls from media outlets and from other Nassar survivors."



Full Article Here