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(WSCR) The lawyer for Jerry Sandusky told USA Today his client has “cashed out” his retirement account and is drawing on a insurance policy from the Second Mile, the organization he founded to assist at-risk children, to help pay for his defense.
According to a report, Sandusky’s defense against his child sex-abuse charges has cost an estimated $200,000 so far.
Reports indicate The Second Mile’s insurance company, Federal Insurance Co., has gone to federal court to contend that it is not obligated to pay defense costs, citing the former coach’s alleged “reprehensible acts.”
Pending a resolution of that lawsuit, the company has paid defense expenses totaling roughly $125,000.