"She should inspire many to be brave, to have courage, to realize that they're a victim and to come forward and move on with their lives," Pedro said. "Mentally, they get twisted into thinking that they're somebody they're not. And Kayla Harrison stepped forward. She should be a hero. She is a hero. And she's one brave, tough, tough girl — one that no man would want to mess with if you don't know judo, I'll tell you."