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Former British gymnast reveals PTSD diagnosis as more come forward with allegations of abuse

More British gymnastics have come forward with allegations of abuse within the sport.

Representing Great Britain for eight years until she was 17, Nathalie Moutia recalls being starved from as young as nine.

Leah Jacobs, who represented Britain from the age of eight, says “she lived in constant fear”.

Charlie Fellows was a medal winner at the 2015 World Championships, but says she was scared of her coaches.

British Gymnastics has pledged an independent review into claims.

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