Jacob Moore, a former member of the US junior team and now a gymnast at University of MI, said in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in MI that Nassar molested him in 2016, when he was 16 years old, according to multiple news outlets.
She also claims her psychological trauma includes "not trusting adult males".
In Raisman's victim statement, she went after both Nassar and the governing bodies that she believes enabled him. Once she realized his medical techniques were really sexual abuse, she felt "humiliation, guilt, shame and disgust".
Despite having the power, authority and mandate to discipline Nassar, there was never any intervention by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), USA Gymnastics or former top USA Gymnastics executives, who were also named as defendants, according to Raisman's lawsuit.
Former gymnast Aly Raisman gave a powerful satement during the sentencing of Larry Nassar.
Nassar pleaded guilty last year to molesting female athletes under the guise of medical treatment for almost 20 years, and in January and February was given two prison sentences in MI of 40 to 125 years, and 40 to 175 years.
She's suing for damages.
The statement also outlined new reforms aimed at protecting its athletes from abuse. "USA Gymnastics first became aware that an athlete had expressed concern about a procedure by Larry Nassar in June 2015, which led USA Gymnastics to report Nassar to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and dismiss him from further involvement with USA Gymnastics".
"I refuse to wait any longer for these organizations to do the right thing".
"My highest priority has been to push for change, so future generations of athletes will be safer", Raisman said. "It is my hope that the legal process will hold them accountable".
CBS News reached out to the U.S. Olympic Committee, USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University for comment in response to these new lawsuits, but has yet to hear back. Meanwhile, thousands of young athletes continue to train and compete every day in this same broken system.
Many victims described their experiences trying to report Nassar to a trusted coach or trainer, to police, to MSU officials or to their parents.
Nassar spent almost three decades at USA Gymnastics before being fired in 2015 following complaints about his behavior. She is one of the most decorated gymnasts in USA history with a total of six Olympic medals, two team golds at world championships and 13 national championship medals.