Olivia Dunne, a former LSU gymnast, spoke out about the toxic culture within the team and how injured athletes were pressured to compete.
Dunne claims that she was forced to compete with a broken pelvis and that other gymnasts were also pressured to compete while injured.
The culture within the team was described as toxic, with coaches and staff allegedly ignoring injuries and prioritizing winning over the well-being of the athletes.
Dunne also spoke about the emotional abuse she experienced, including being called names and being told she was not good enough.
The allegations come amid a wider investigation into LSU's handling of sexual assault and harassment claims.
LSU has faced criticism for its handling of sexual assault and harassment claims, with several high-profile cases coming to light in recent years.
The university has launched an investigation into the gymnastics program and has suspended head coach Jay Clark.