BREAKING: USA Gymnastics Board Will Resign Over Sexual Abuse Scandal

Scott Blackmun, chief executive officer of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), speaks as he is accompanied by USOC chief marketing officer Lisa Baird, right, Tsunekazu Takeda, second right, president of the Japanese Olympic Committee, Tokyo American Club (TAC) Representative Governor Michael Alfant, second left, and TAC Olympic Committee Chair Dean Rogers, left, at Tokyo American Club in Tokyo Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017. The U.S. Olympic team will be based at the Tokyo American Club during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, USOC officials announced on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

A spokeswoman for USA Gymnastics said the organization’s board will comply with the U.S. Olympic Committee’s demand and resign, to a (wo)man, over the neglect to take sexual abuse allegations seriously, particularly those against former Olympics doctor, Larry Nassar.

Nassar received a 40 to 175-year prison sentence this week for molesting more than 100 girls in his capacity as a world-renowned physician.