Son accuses Sandusky of abuse as jury deliberates
BELLEFONTE, Pa. — As jurors deliberated for more than eight hours on charges Jerry Sandusky sexually abused 10 boys over a 15-year period, new accusations of abuse were leveled against the former Penn State assistant coach by a pair of new accusers, including his adopted son.
Just a few hours into deliberations, Matt Sandusky — one of Sandusky's six adopted children — came forward for the first time to say in a statement that his father had abused him. The statement didn't detail the abuse allegation.
Meanwhile, Travis Weaver, a man suing Jerry Sandusky, told NBC's "Rock Center with Brian Williams" that Sandusky abused him more than 100 times over four years starting in 1992, when he was 10.
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