The judge started the day by addressing comments made by a Nassar lawyer who said she had doubts about the large number of women and girls who say they were assaulted by Nassar.
Margraves almost reached Nassar, but was blocked by Nassar's attorney Matthew Newburg and then was restrained by at least three deputies.
Margraves returned later on in handcuffs and said "I lost control". "I've failed my daughter".
Margraves looked at Nassar, shook his head and called him a profanity while speaking at the courtroom podium.
"I recognize that Mr Margraves had three daughters that he has had to watch go through the pain and the hurt", Cunningham said.
On Jan. 24, Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison, following an extraordinary hearing in Lansing, Michigan, in which more than 150 Nassar victims delivered emotionally wrenching statements about his actions. His attorney told reporters that he is hopeful that the local sheriff will not press charges.
As he was ushered out of the room, Margraves responded: "You haven't lived through it, lady".
"One of the reasons I required defendants to admit their crimes when pleading guilty was to confirm the victims' truth-telling, to make the defendants say out loud the details of their actions", she wrote. That's not what's best in this situation.
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"When I see her quiet tears, it breaks my heart", Erickson said as her daughter stood crying behind her. "And I can only hope when the days comes ... that he will be escorted to one of the deepest, darkest, hottest pits in hell there is for people like him".
Assistant Attorney General Angela Povilaitis told families in the courtroom to "use your words", not violence after the attempted attack. "It's not my fault what happened to me and I'm going to tell the truth'".
Two of the Margraves daughters, Madison and Lauren, had just testified about their abuse at the hands of the doctor.
These women were victimized twice: first by Nassar and then by the sports power structure that disbelieved, discredited and intimidated them.
"They're basically saying, 'Hey, I'm bigger than this".
Simon believes when Megan got to heaven, she had a "long conversation" with God about Nassar.
"I'm so sorry, my princess", he said.
The father of victim 210, a woman who chose to stay anonymous, spoke after the Margraves incident.
Nassar was also sentenced to 60 years in prison after being convicted of federal child pornography charges December 7.