December 4, 2011
Lawyers for one of the alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky have described the former Penn State assistant coach as delusional and say his interview with the New York Times goes ‘a long way toward corroborating the victims’ accounts’ in the sex abuse scandal.
In the surprisingly open interview, the former defensive coordinator revealed disturbing new details in regards to his 40 charges of sexual assault against young boys.
Sandusky did little to discredit the claims of his inappropriately close relationship with young boys, admitting to showering and sleeping in the same bed as them, yet denying that anything further happened.
This is the disgraced coach’s second interview since the scandal broke, and in the first he fumbled when asked if he was sexually attracted to young boys, repeating the question and issuing a shallow denial.
This article was posted: Sunday, December 4, 2011 at 10:55 am