Yes. There was an incident that happened to my daughter that most of the girls witnessed. This incident was what compelled me to report the coach. I didn’t find out about it until almost a year after we had left the gym. The kids were very afraid to tell their parents. It turned out that the coach did the exact same thing (involved physical and emotional abuse) to two other children, and the kids didn’t say a word. They all knew that if they told and the parents confronted the coaches that the coach would probably lie and/or distort the truth and then take it out on the kids. I think others have spoken to how these situations are not as black and white as you’d like to think. It’s not cut and dry at all.And sometimes if they condition the children from a young enough age, the kids don't even realize it's something of note that they should tell about. There were SO many things that happened at my child's first gym that my kid would tell me about, and I would tell the other parents about, and they would be shocked and disbelieving, but when asked, their own children would confirm it. The kids were 5-7 years old.