A group of 90 women—including U.S. Olympic team gymnasts Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney—are seeking more than $1 billion in damages from the FBI.

The women claim the bureau mishandled its sexual abuse investigation of former U.S. Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar. According to a press release by the claimants’ legal team, the women filed federal collective administrative claims against the FBI on June 8 alleging that they were still being abused by Nassar despite already reporting his behavior to the bureau in 2015. The claimants say the FBI “was grossly derelict in their duties” by choosing not to interview gymnasts who were willing to talk about the sexual abuseAnd not transferring the complaints to Michigan State University, where Nassar continued “to abuse girls,” per the release. 

These women claim the FBI did not report the child abuse to appropriate federal and state agencies. They also lied to Congress and the media about the lack of diligence they showed in investigating Nassar’s complaint. According to the FBI’s neglect, Nassar “continued his predatory behaviour” and sexually assaulted 90 children and young women between July 2015 and September 2016.