On Wednesday afternoon, Jerry Sandusky left his home in handcuffs after prosecutors filed amid new testimony from one of his latest alleged victims.
The ninth alleged victim swore that he had suffered violence at the hands of Jerry Sandusky for years, often in the basement of the coach’s house.
The victim says that Jerry Sandusky made him have oral sex several times and tried to rape him anal at least 16 times and succeeded several times.
During one of these incidents, the victim screamed for help, knowing that Jerry Sandusky’s wife, Dorothy, was upstairs, but no one ever came down to help him.
This is not the first time Dorothy’s name “Dottie” Gross Sandusky has appeared in the charges.
Dottie Sandusky, 68, tried to call one of the victims in the weeks leading up to his testimony, despite the fact that the 26-year-old now cut off all contact with Jerry Sandusky two years ago.
Jerry Sandusky’s wife left a message on the victim’s phone 7 saying that the issue was “very important”, but the man who told the Grand Jury that as a 10-year-old in 1994 the former coach had hugged him inappropriately. he touched it, the call did not return.
Part of this alleged abuse took place at Sandusky Family College, Pennsylvania, where Dorothy and her husband raised their six adopted children.
Jerry and Dottie Sandusky claimed they couldn’t have their own.
Over the years, Jerry and Dottie Sandusky became Ray’s parents, now 46, a businessman living in Nashville, AJ, 41, a former Nittany Lions player and now a football coach at the University of West Chester, Kara, 38, a Pennsylvania graduate, Jeff, 35, a former Marine, and Matt, a 33-year-old Pennsylvania graduate, and John, a director of staff for players at the Cleveland Browns.
Almost all of them knew about the sexual violence that took place between 1994 and 2009 with a number of incidents in the family home, now under control. The number of boys the former Penn State University coach has been accused of worrying is now 10.
The newest men, aged 10 and 12, said Jerry Sandusky was stalking them when they sought help from his Second Mile charity for disadvantaged children.
The victim, 9, said Jerry Sandusky took him to football games in Penn State, decorated him with gifts and even gave him money, and when the abuse began, he was told to keep it a secret.
Jerry Sandusky is likely to spend Wednesday in jail, although his lawyer says he must be released on $ 250,000 bail Thursday.
Four Pennsylvania state police detectives arrived at Jerry Sandusky’s home in front of State College, Pennsylvania, this afternoon in marked cars.
A video from NBC News shows detectives knocking on the former coach’s door and then entering. A moment later he appeared with the white-haired Sandusky.
Jerry Sandusky is dressed in a blue and white Nittany Lions tracksuit with a jacket over his shoulders covering his cuffed arms.
Shortly after his arrest, Jerry Chestnut’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, entered the courtroom to see his client for a bond hearing.
“I told you. We had this discussion. One day you will listen to me.” Joe Amendola told his client, ABC6 reported in Philadelphia.
Jerry Sandusky smiled back.
Prosecutors say the judge should set Jerry Sandusky’s new bond at $ 1 million.
However, the judge ruled that $ 250,000 was enough, but he ordered Jerry Sandusky to carry an electronic tether to notify authorities if he approached the Penn campus.
Joe Amendola said Jerry Sandusky would likely release the money and be released on Thursday.
The 9-year-old victim, now 19, said she was raped at Penn Penn’s football facilities after Jerry Sandusky drove him to campus with alcohol.
Jerry Sandusky was first arrested on November 5 on charges of sexually assaulting eight boys over a period of 15 years.
The former coach was released on $ 100,000 bail – meaning he only has to pay if he doesn’t appear in court – and kept a low level at his home outside of State College, Pennsylvania.
Joe Amendola, denied that Jerry Sandusky was guilty of making the latest accusations. The former heir to the coaching throne in the state of Penn Penn maintains his innocence since his first arrest.
The two newest prosecutors say they met Jerry Sandusky through his charity Second Mile when young boys were disturbed.
“As in many other cases identified so far, it is alleged that the contact with Sandusky corresponds to a model of
“Starting with outings to football matches and gifts; later they involve physical contact, which escalates to sexual assault. “
The 9-year-old victim, who went public on Tuesday night through her lawyer Charles Schmidt, is now a 19-year-old man. He says Sandusky gave him gifts and money – in addition to worrying – after they met in 2004.
“He suffered an abusive incident to use the legal term – involuntary deviant sexual intercourse – allegedly at the hands of Mr Sandusky.” said Charles Schmidt.
“It happened on the Penn campus, we believe in the area of football facilities.”
The new request came the day another young man’s lawyer, who accused Jerry Sandusky of sexual assault, said he expected his client and at least five other prosecutors to testify at a preliminary hearing next week.
The lawyer said there was information that the six young men, whose testimony before a large court hearing had contributed to a report detailing the charges against Jerry Sandusky, would be called to testify next Tuesday.
Jerry Sandusky, 67, has been charged with 40 cases of sexual abuse of children, and prosecutors say he met his victims through a charity founded in 1977 to help children at risk, the Second Mile.
He denies being a pedophile and vows to fight the charges. In interviews with NBC and The New York Times, he said he showered on boys but never raped them.
The existence of Charles Schmidt’s client was first reported by WHP-TV in Harrisburg.
Charles Schmid told the AP that his client was 12 years old, dealing with his mother’s death and suffering from emotional problems during the incident on campus.
He said the two met during the Second Mile and his client claimed that Jerry Sandusky gave him alcohol while he was in the office on campus. The grand jury report does not allege that Jerry Sandusky gave alcohol to the boys.
Charles Schmidt said his law firm was conducting its own investigation into the client’s claims.
The preliminary hearing, at which the judge will determine whether prosecutors have enough evidence to bring the case to trial, may take a day or more, as the defense has the right to question state witnesses.
The state prosecutor’s office did not comment on the evidence the authorities plan to offer to show the probable cause of the crimes.