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BELLEFONTE, Pa. – Dottie Sandusky, whose husband Jerry Sandusky is accused of 51 counts of child sex abuse, took the stand in his defense Tuesday afternoon. She said she never saw or suspected any inappropriate contact between her husband and his alleged victims, reports StateCollege.com.
According to the website, Dottie Sandusky characterized her husband’s accusers as alternately “conniving,” “charming” and “demanding.”
According to CBS Pittsburgh, Dottie Sandusky was asked specifically if anything unusual happened during the Alamo Bowl. She recalled that she, Jerry and alleged “Victim 4” argued about going to a luncheon.
“I came in one day… They were in an area by the bathroom and dressing area… They were standing there… I said, ‘What’s going on?’ “… Jerry was upset. He had asked (victim) if he wanted to go to a $50 luncheon and he said, ‘Yes’ and then on the day of the luncheon he refused to go and Jerry knew I would be upset.”
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