Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel affirmed that Geddert took his own life Thursday afternoon, calling his death"a tragic ending to a dreadful story for everybody involved."
Michigan state officials billed Geddert using 24 felonies: 20 counts of human trafficking and forced labour, 1 count of same-sex sexual assault, 1 count of second-degree sexual attack, racketeering and clinging to a police officer. An attorney from the Michigan's attorney general's office said Thursday the Geddert understood Larry Nassar was sexually abusing patients in the gym in which the two men worked and lied to authorities about it through a 2016 evaluation into Nassar.
The rest of the fees against Geddert are tied to his behavior with gymnasts he coached at health clubs he possessed in Michigan. Law enforcement began exploring Geddert at February 2018 at the aftermath of complaints increased about his violent training style during Nassar's sentencing hearing.