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University Of Michigan Doctor accused of sexually abusing at least 40 African American Men when they were young athletes

University Of Michigan Doctor accused of sexually abusing at least 40 African American Men when they were young athletes

A former doctor at the University of Michigan, who is now deceased, is accused in a lawsuit against the University Of Michigan, of sexually abusing at least 40  African American men when they were young athletes at the University between 1968-2003.

At least a dozen men have come forward to publicly to athletes former University of Michigan doctor Robert Anderson, of sexual assault while he worked at the University. The majority of the men who came forward were from vulnerable communities and depended on their athletic scholarships so they believed at the time they had no choice but to remain quiet and not complain bout the abuse out of fear that they would lose their scholarships.

Doctor Robert Anderson was known as “Doctor A,” “Doctor Feel-Good,” and “Doctor Glove,” who treated over a hundred men from different low-income backgrounds – most of the victims were athletes and have now come forward to file a claim together publicly against Anderson who has since deceased.

There are eerie similarities between this case against Anderson and the lawsuit filed against Dr. Larry Nasser, who sexually abused over 50 female athletes at  Michigan State University.

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