A former USA Gymnastics coach has been arrested for multiple counts of lewdness with a minor, according to Las Vegas police.
Terry Gray, 52, was arrested Friday by sex crimes detectives, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Gray coached in Las Vegas from 2009 to 2015 and was suspended by USA Gymnastics in 2019, the department said.
He coached on the women’s national team and at gyms in Southern California and Ohio, according to the Orange County Register. The paper said he was suspended from gymnastics for sexual misconduct with a minor.
Gray was charged with 14 counts in Las Vegas stemming from alleged incidents at Brown’s Gymnastics in Las Vegas, according to the report. The facility has produced top gymnasts. There are at least three alleged victims, the paper said quoting a person familiar with the case.
Gray had once worked under Olympic team coach Mary Lee Tracy at Cincinnati Gymnastics, where he coached Alyssa Beckerman, an alternate on the 2000 Olympic team, according to the newspaper.
Las Vegas police urged anyone who may have been one of Gray’s victims to call the department at 702-828-3421.
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