Michigan State University said it agreed to pay $500 million to settle litigation involving 332 survivors of doctor Larry Nassar's crimes. Under terms of the settlement, $425 million will be paid to current claimants and $75 million will be reserved to protect future claimants alleging sexual abuse by Nassar. MSU said the "settlement in principle" only applies to MSU and MSU individuals sued in the litigation. "Michigan State is pleased that we have been able to agree in principle on a settlement that is fair to the survivors of Nassar's crimes," said MSU special counsel Robert Young. In January, Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison for sexual abuse, prompting then MSU president Lou Anna Simon to resign.

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