Sandusky sexually abused a young boy more than 100 times after meeting him through the charity he founded, then threatened the boy's family to keep him quiet about the encounters, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
The lawsuit identifies the plaintiff, an adult, only as John Doe. It claims Sandusky abused the boy at the coach's State College home, at Penn State facilities and on at least one bowl game trip. The plaintiff is not among eight victims named in a grand jury report released earlier this month that detailed a series of alleged assaults involving Sandusky and boys as young as 10.
According to the lawsuit, Sandusky gave the boy gifts, travel and privileges after meeting him through his charity, The Second Mile, in 1992. The abuse began shortly after and lasted until 1996, the suit said.
The 67-year-old Sandusky has been charged with 40 counts of criminal acts involving sexual abuse toward eight young boys between the ages of 10 and 15. Prosecutors have revealed that police were never alerted despite several eyewitness accounts of the sexual abuse.
Legendary coach Joe Paterno—with 61 years and 400+ wins—was fired after being accused of covering up Sandusky's criminal behavior.
Meanwhile: Lawyers are seeking an injunction to stop Sandusky's Second Mile Foundation from dissolving or transferring its assets. Prosecutors contend that Sandusky's Second Mile Foundation gave him "access to hundreds of boys, many of whom were vulnerable due to their social situations."
No big deal. It's just some little Black boys. Let's win some football!