John Gerald Geddert aka John Geddert was an American artistic gymnastics coach who was the head of the 2012 U.S.Women’s Olympic Team Gold Medal and the frequent coach of team member Jordyn Wieber. After being embroiled in the USA Gymnastics s*x assault scandal based on his long-time associate Larry Nassar, he retired when suspended by USA Gymnastics in 2018. He was born on December 21, 1957,December 21, 1957, in Michigan, U.S.
A day after being charged with physical, psychological, and sexual assault, Geddert died by suicide in 2021.
On February 25, 2021, at a rest area off Interstate 96 in Grand Ledge, Michigan, Geddert committed suicide by self-inflicted gunshot injury. This occurred just hours after he was convicted of 24 felony offenses.
During a violent crime investigation, Geddert faced 14 charges of human trafficking-forced labor resulting in injury, six counts of human trafficking of a minor for forced labor, and one count each of continued criminal enterprise, first-degree criminal sexual behavior, second-degree criminal sexual behavior, and lying to a police officer.
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