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Gabby Douglas Has Apologized For Her Victim Shaming Comment

Gabby Douglas Has Apologized For Her Victim Shaming Comment

Gabby Douglas has taken to social media to apologize for her past comment about victim shaming.

After replying and then deleting her comment about Aly Raisman‘s plea to stop victim shaming, the 2012 All-Around gymnastics champion has apologized to Aly and her fans.

“i didn’t correctly word my reply & i am deeply sorry for coming off like i don’t stand alongside my teammates. regardless of what you wear, abuse under any circumstance is never acceptable. i am WITH you. #metoo”

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Fans Are Disappointed in Gabby Douglas For Her Response To Aly Raisman's Victim Blaming Tweet

Fans Are Disappointed in Gabby Douglas For Her Response To Aly Raisman's Victim Blaming Tweet

Aly Raisman has been opening up about her experience of being sexually assaulted by former Olympic gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar for a few weeks.

Since sharing her story, Aly is determined to erase victim blaming altogether.

“Just because a women does a sext photoshoot or wears a sexy outfit, does not give a man the right to shame her or not believe he when she comes forward about sexual abuse. What is wrong with some of you?” Aly wrote in a tweet this morning.

Former Olympic teammate Gabby Douglas saw it, and responded in an unexpected way.

Obviously, her fans are disappointed. We’re disappointed. Gabby has since deleted her tweet, but as we all know, nothing is totally gone from the internet.

She tried to explain herself, however, that didn’t go well either.

After her response, Gabby‘s fans (or, now former fans) are teaching her a lesson about what victim blaming and shaming is on the social media network.

“You really should read up on rape and how no matter what you wear, your clothes have nothing to do with being raped. Your comment was heartbreaking, uneducated and misinformed. You owe victims an apology,” one fan responded to her.

Another added, “Sexual assault/abuse isn’t about what you wear. It’s about power. Someone could be head to toe covered and still be assaulted. I strongly encourage you to evaluate what you’re saying and how it can affect others, especially many young women who have looked up to you.”

Simone Biles was even shocked by her response.

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Gabby Douglas Doesn't Look Like This Anymore - See the Pic!

Gabby Douglas Doesn't Look Like This Anymore - See the Pic!

Gabby Douglas went blonde!

In a series of new Instagrams, the 21-year-old Olympic gold medalist shows off her new golden locks, and she looks fierce.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Gabby Douglas

“psstt, who’s the blonde?” she captioned one selfie with enormous round sunglasses.

“I’m hungry,” Gabby captioned the other.

Judging by the comments, her fans are obsessed with her new fall look!

Check it out below:

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Mace Coronel Addresses His 'Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn' Exit on Instagram

Mace Coronel Addresses His 'Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn' Exit on Instagram

Mace Coronel wears his hat backwards while arriving for Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s 28th Annual ‘A Time For Heroes’ Family Festival held at Smashbox Studios on Sunday (October 29) in Culver City, Calif.

The former Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn actor reunited with co-stars Casey Simpson and Lizzy Greene at the event, as well as Aidan Miner, Kennedy Slocum, Fatima Ptacek, Gabby Douglas, Elias Harger, Caitlin Carmichael, and Hannah Zeile.

It was just recently announced that Mace left the Nickelodeon show earlier this year and he addressed the situation on Instagram earlier this fall.

“I wanted to announce that as of 3 weeks ago I’m off Nicky Ricky Dicky Dawn!” he wrote. “I made a mutual agreement with Nickelodeon and the show is going on without me, and I’m so excited to be back acting in some serious and more diverse projects. So say goodbye to ‘Dicky’.”

Mace added, “I can’t wait to move on and share the next stage of my life and work with all of you.”

25+ pics inside of Mace, Lizzy and Casey

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Meryl Davis Has 'Closed' The Chapter on Any Future Ice Dance Competition

Meryl Davis Has 'Closed' The Chapter on Any Future Ice Dance Competition

Meryl Davis wows in a lace red dress at the Women’s Sports Foundation’s 38th Annual Salute To Women in Sports Awards Gala on Wednesday night (October 18) in New York City.

The champion ice dancer, who showed off her gorgeous engagement ring, was joined by gymnasts Laurie Hernandez, Nastia Liukin and Gabby Douglas.

Earlier this month, she and partner Charlie White confirmed again that they won’t be returning to competition.

“I think it’s pretty closed,” Meryl said. “We’re not at home, eating bonbons, just figuring out what to do.”

Charlie adds that the two are working as show skaters now and “that’s how we spend most of our time. It’s travelling…It’s incredible to take our sport and turn it into art.”

Check out the video below:

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The Final Five Get Inducted Into the Gymnastics Hall Of Fame!

The Final Five Get Inducted Into the Gymnastics Hall Of Fame!

Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian, Laurie Hernandez and Gabby Douglas just received a huge honor, a year after their historic Olympics win!

Over the weekend, the ladies of the Final Five were inducted into the Gymnastics Hall Of Fame!

Simone, Aly, Laurie and Madison all headed to a ceremony to accept their honor. It sounds like Gabby wasn’t in attendance because she’s already been inducted!

“USA Gymnastics Hall Of Fame 2017 | honored to be inducted with these girls, love yall,” Simone wrote on her Instagram.

Laurie added, “it was such an honor to be inducted into the hall of fame with these incredible girls. all glory to God.”

Check out their cute selfie from the event below…

Gabby Douglas Isn't Ruling Out Competing at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Gabby Douglas Isn't Ruling Out Competing at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Gabby Douglas makes a stop in Edina, Minn., while promoting Post-It Brand products for the back-to-school season over the weekend.

The Olympic champion is promoting all the ways you can realize your dreams, just by writing it down on a Post-it.

Speaking with ET recently, Gabby might be making even more of her own dreams come true with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Her participation is “still up in the air,” which means she’s not ruling it out. We’ll just have to wait and see if anything happens.

Gabby also recalled her first gold-medal winning moment, “It was a ‘Wow’ moment [that] I can’t even put this into words.”

“It would be nice [to get another gold medal,] I’m not gonna lie. Just the feeling of pleasing everyone and all your hard work is bundled up into this one gold medal [for] 14 years. And, you get a minute and 30 seconds, so that wrapped up into a medal is definitely worth it.”

Here’s hoping we see Gabby back in action in 2020!

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Simone Biles Reminisces on the Year Since the Final Five Won a Gold Medal

Simone Biles Reminisces on the Year Since the Final Five Won a Gold Medal

Exactly one year ago today the Final Five — Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez, Aly Raisman, and Madison Kocianwon a team gold at the 2016 summer Olympics.

“Time flies,” Simone tweeted with a series of images of the girls posing with their gold medals and waving to the crowd, “A year ago today we won team gold. Final Five. My heart.”

We remember it like it was yesterday. Congratulations to all of you! We’re counting down the days until the 2020 Olympics (so far we’re at three years.)