Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics team doctor, who was convicted of sexually abusing dozens of women in his care, complained to the judge in his case this morning that he may not have the mental ability to keep listening to nearly 100 women and girls read out victim statements detailing how his crimes affected them, according to WXYZ of Detroit.
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina told the court that Nassar sent her a six-page letter in which he also condemned the "media circus" surrounding the trial:
"This isn't worth the paper its written on. There’s no truth in here. It’s delusional. You need to talk to these issues with a therapist, and that is not me. I didn’t orchestrate this. You did. You may find it harsh that you’re here listening, but nothing is as harsh as what victims endured in your hands."
Here's one of Nassar's victims, Kyle Stephens -- she was the first woman to respond to the convicted molester. These are the responses he's trying to get out of sitting through.