The Walker County Sheriff's Office won't say what they are investigating at the Karolyi Ranch, but it may be linked to the conviction of former Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar.
Over the last couple of days, USA Gymnastics has severed ties with the Karolyi Ranch.
Well-known gymnasts have come here, grown through training, and gone on to reach not just national but worldwide fame at the Olympics.
USA Gymnastics ends agreement to train at Karolyi Ranch
The people we found outside the ranch today said they were disgusted by the stories Nassar's victims shared in court.
Parents of young gymnasts told Eyewitness News that this is not over for the victims, that even in spite of Nassar's sentencing, they will carry these horrible experiences with them the rest of their life.
Simone Biles, who accused Nassar of abusing her, was just one of the athletes who trained at the ranch.
Biles spoke out today on Twitter after Nassar's conviction, saying:
To Judge Aquilina : THANK YOU, YOU ARE MY HERO— Simone Biles (@Simone_Biles) January 24, 2018
Shout out to all of the survivors for being so brave & speaking like the queens that you are while looking at that monster. He will no longer have the power to steal our happiness or joy. I stand with every one of you 💛 pic.twitter.com/b5SMmjZgeW
Aly Raisman slams USA Gymnastics about Karolyi Ranch during Larry Nassar hearing