So much to take in with this filing.
A few initial thoughts. It is:
An exemplary example of what can happen when parents are banned from having access to their children.
(as if we need more examples of this right now in gymnastics...). USAG, it's not rocket science: no guardian parent should have their access to their child blocked. End. Of. Story. Yes, this does mean doing things differently moving forward. Last I knew USAG said parents "Should" have access to their minor children, not that parents "Must" have access. These are two very, very different words.
A detailed list of red-flag items for a parent to review, and discuss with their own child athlete. i.e. "This ( x coaching behavior) is not okay. Tell me immediately if any of this happens to you or if you ever see this happening to someone else in your gym."