Simone Biles Former Olympic gymnasts, including medal winner Simone Biles, are among dozens of assault victims

suing the FBI for failing to stop sports doctor Larry Nassar, according to lawyers on Wednesday. There's no doubt

that FBI agents in 2015 were aware of Nassar's allegations of assaulting gymnasts, yet they did nothing, allowing

him to continue to prey on young women and girls for almost a year. Maggie Nichols, a national champion gymnast at

Oklahoma in 2017-19, said, "It's time for the FBI to be held accountable."  A government agency has six months to

respond to a tort action under federal law. Depending on the FBI's response, lawsuits may be filed. In May, the

Justice Department said that retired FBI agents who failed to initiate an inquiry swiftly would not face criminal

prosecution. Biles, Aly Raisman, and McKayla Maroney, all Olympic gold medalists, are among the approximately

90 claims, according to Manly, Stewart & Finaldi, a California law firm. "If the FBI had just done its job, Nassar would

never have had the chance to abuse hundreds of girls, including myself," said Samantha Roy, a former University

of Michigan gymnast.  In 2015, USA Gymnastics alerted local FBI officers that three gymnasts claimed Nassar