Report: Teen Says Sandusky Raped Him On Campus In 2004

(CBS) The Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case took an interesting turn Friday afternoon.

According to a report, a teenager says he was raped by Jerry Sandusky inside his office in Penn State University’s football building in 2004 — two years after the ex-football coach was said to have had his campus keys taken away and was banned from bringing children into the building, the boy’s lawyer told

Now 19, the teenager says he was 12 years old when the abuse took place.

The report alleges the Attorney General’s office is investigating the allegations.

The statute of limitations for criminal charges in such cases is 12 years after the child’s 18th birthday.

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  • Ghee Buttersnaps

    It is clear that the higher ups across the entire university were harboring this monster in full knowledge of the horrors he induced on children.

  • Join N A M B L A

    North America Man Boy Love Association. Timmy, do like stories about gladiators?.

    • Lyndia

      You are SICK and should be killed right away.

  • JoPa's Feral Snarl

    Our Jerry…the creep that keeps on creeping.

  • Lil' Bycracke

    Wheels on the rape bus go round and round?

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  • Yard Ape

    This pr ic k needs to be shot, NOW !!! It’s obvious that he’s guilty as sin, shows no remorse (and even if he did, he should still be shot!!) ANYBODY who knew what he was doing, including the “beloved” JoPa should also be forced to eat a bullet!!!

    • leanmean

      They should even kill a few who didn’t know it was going on just to make an example, especially Art Majors

      • SPAULDING!

        Hey thank goodness for philosophy majors. They give us history majors someone to talk to in the unemployment line!

        Happy New Year!

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