Father Of Abused Girls Tries To Tackle Larry Nassar

Violet Powell
February 4, 2018

When Cunningham told Randall Margraves she can not allow an encounter like that to happen, he rushed across the room to confront Nassar.

Randall Margraves was giving a statement during a new sentencing hearing for Nassar when he requested five minutes alone in a locked room "with this demon".

Judge Cunningham went on to say, "I can't imagine what it is like as a parent".

After Judge Janice Cunningham told Margraves that she could not do that, the father charged toward Nassar before being tackled to the ground by court officers.

As Cunningham continued to explain her denial, Margraves said a phrase that sounded like, "Well I'm gonna have it", before rushing Nassar.

Dwayne The Rock Johnson gave his two cents on Margraves reaction in the court.

Randall Margraves was stood in the podium while two of his daughters gave their victim impact statements at Eaton County Court.

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At least 265 young female athletes - including several Olympic medalists - have identified themselves as having been abused by Nassar. The daughters say their other sister was also abused by Nassar. "And I know there are still some who ask are you broken because you got caught".

Margraves was handcuffed as Nassar was pulled away, with Margraves yelling: "I want that son of a b--". (Reuters/Rebecca Cook) An Eaton County Sheriff protects Larry Nassar, (wearing orange) during victim statements of his sentencing in the Eaton County Circuit Court in Charlotte, Mich. on February 2.

Off camera, the assistant attorney general told families to use words not violence to which Margraves responded, "You haven't lived through it, lady". As some in the courtroom laughed, the judge warned Margraves about his language.

- The father who lunged at former sports doctor Larry Nassar during court Friday morning has been released from custody.

"You can not behave like this". He was then sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison.

Madison was much more emotional as she read her statement to the courtroom.

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