Donations To Man Who Charged Nassar In Court Will Go To Help Others
The man who charged Larry Nassar on February 2 in an Eaton County courtroom will be sending the money that was raised in an unauthorized GoFundMe account to help others.
According to the Lansing State Journal, Randall Margraves, whose three daughters were among the more than 250 victims of the former sports doctor, will be donating the money raised to four different organizations who help sexual assault survivors.
The GoFundMe account was originally started to help cover legal fees that Margraves was expected to incur due to his outburst in court. While he was escorted from the courtroom, he later apologized to the court and no charges were filed.
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