Michigan State official arrested

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The two counts of willful neglect of duty are where Nassar comes into the picture.

The process to get Strampel arrested was kicked off by interim president John Engler. Strampel denied the appeal. V-1 felt intimidated, not only by the sexual nature of the conversation, but by the fact that Strampel had begun referring specifically to 26-year-olds, her very age.

Mr Strampel was accused also of grabbing two students' buttocks at the college's annual ball and a scholarship dinner. He told her not to sit down but to turn around twice so he could observe her body, she told police, before going on a rant degrading her body.

In 2014, a female student identified as Victim 2, attended a university event as a recipient of a scholarship.

A lawyer for Strampel did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Strampel directed her toward a chair but told her not to sit before instructing her to turn around in a circle twice so he could check out her figure, according to the affidavit. In return, Strampel said, V-3 would be required to do anything for him. The conversation allegedly turned to the subject of nude photographs. When she walked in the room he again told her to turn around twice.

The complaint, which alleges Strampel solicited nude photos from at least one female medical student, said he used his office to "harass, discriminate, demean, sexually proposition, and sexually assault female students in violation of his statutory duty as a public officer".

It said the computer also had a video of Nassar "performing a "treatment" on a young female patient".

In February, Nassar was sentenced to between an additional 40 and 125 years in state prison on three more counts of sexual assault in an Eaton County, Michigan courtroom.

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MSU press release photo William Derkey Strampel, now former dead of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and former supervisor of convicted serial sexual predator Larry Nassar has been arrested. Charges were not listed.

The sheriff declined to say what Strampel is charged with but added that the charges will be read to him today.

Evidence contained in the seized items led to Strampel's arrest, Forsyth said.

Strampel stepped down from his role as dean - a role he filled since 2002 and throughout Nassar's career at the university - in December of 2017, citing health reasons.

Tuesday's criminal charges invited more criticism from Nassar's victims and their attorneys of Michigan State's board of trustees, who resisted calls for almost a year to commission an independent investigation of how the serial pedophile - accused of abusing children as far back as the mid-1990s - was able to escape detection for so long. As well as being a dean, he was the lead medical director of MSU HealthTeam, according to the school's website.

Special Prosecutor Bill Forsythe held a brief press conference Tuesday afternoon to discuss the allegations against Strampel, and confirmed the details in the police affidavit.

According to Viventi's letter, Strampel issued new guidelines for Nassar after the investigation, but did not notify the MSU Health Team or establish a system to monitor or enforce those guidelines. As explained then, it was plainly evident he had not acted with the level of professionalism expected of an MSU employee, particularly one holding an office that involves student and patient safety.

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