The first lawsuit in a child sex abuse scandal involving Jerry Sandusky was filed Wednesday on behalf of a person listed in the complaint as “John Doe,” who says he was 10 years-old when he first met Penn State’s former defensive coordinator.
Attorneys Jeff Anderson and Marci Hamilton said Sandusky sexually abused the alleged victim “over one hundred times” and threatened to harm the victim and his family if he alerted anyone to the alleged abuse.
Anderson said Sandusky also showered the victim with “gifts, travel, and privileges” while attending The Second Mile camp, a nonprofit organization he founded for underprivileged children.
The former coach allegedly “molested multiple victims” dating back to the 1970s, according to the lawsuit.
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