Nassar survivor alleges secret $250K payoff attempt by MSU Interim President Engler

Nassar Survivor Says Michigan State Interim President Tried to Coerce Her to Settle Case

Larry Nassar victim, 18, claims former Michigan governor offered her $250K to settle MSU civil suit without her lawyer present after falsely claiming her friend had agreed to secret payout

When speaking at Michigan State's board of trustees meeting, 18-year-old Kaylee Lorincz said Engler offered her a check without her lawyer present. In fact, I am continually shocked by your lack of action and Interim President Engler's callous and disrespectful words.

"Trinea Gonczar, who has known Nassar since childhood and may have been one of his earliest victims, was among a dozen or so protesters wearing a teal t-shirt emblazoned with the statement: "I stand with the sister survivors" and "#Me Too MSU".

"My hope was that maybe if he actually met a survivor, he might become more empathetic to what we're experiencing", she said.

At this point I was feeling pretty bad.

"What he did not tell us is that Ms. Viventi is his lawyer".

Running into Engler in the hallway, Lorincz said she professed her love for the university and her desire to help the school heal the broken trust from the Nassar scandal.

At the Board of Trustees meeting on Friday, Lorincz said she didn't realize that Viventi was Engler's lawyer until days later.

'We sat in a conference room where I briefly told President Engler my story. He explained all of the new things they've implemented, which sounded promising, but said working together couldn't occur until the civil suits are settled, ' said Kaylee.

"For him to continuously push me into a corner about money, just wasn't fair", Kaylee Lorincz said.

"Since then, I have spoken to Rachael and asked her about that meeting, but it turns out that Rachael has never met with Mr. Engler and more specifically, never gave him a dollar amount".

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"The simple truth is we can not allow something this serious to be mishandled ever again", said Republican Rep. Kim LaSata of Berrien County's Bainbridge Township, who chairs the House subcommittee and helped lead a legislative probe of Michigan State. Carol Viventi said "Well you're in civil litigation, aren't you?" That's what a civil case is about, money'. When asked if Engler had mentioned a dollar amount during the meeting, Guerrant said no.

The teenager revealed this all on Friday at the board meeting she had been going to try and secure a spot at when she had the alleged meeting.

"He looked directly at me and asked, 'right now if I wrote you a check for $250,000 would you take it?'" Lorincz recalled, adding that in addition to Engler, the meeting was attended by Vice President and Special Counsel to the President Carol Viventi.

That was when Kaylee claims Engler said that Rachael "gave him a number" regarding what it would take to settle the case. "I felt like I was being bullied into saying something", Lorincz said.

"How dare you spend a half a million dollars stalking my social media accounts and then deny my first amendment right to bring a sign into this public meeting", Morgan McCaul, a Nassar victim who's now a freshman at University of MI, said in response to reports that MSU paid a New York-based law firm to monitor social media activity related to the Nassar case. "What are you afraid of that she's going to say?"

"When you protect and promote a sexual predator and foster a culture of lies and coverups, you are responsible", she said.

Also during Friday's meeting, Engler said he regrets that the university issued a statement with an "unnecessary amount of detail" - which some perceived as violating student privacy - in response to the Title IX lawsuit targeting the university's counseling center. Given the current litigation, opportunities to speak with survivors are rare.

She said Engler looked angry while she spoke at Friday's meeting.

"It's MSU for ya, I guess", Lorincz told reporters after the trustee's meeting.

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