As we get closer to hearing Jerry Sandusky’s fate, more alleged victims have come out. Travis Weaver, who said he was sexually abused by Sandusky more than 100 times over a period of four years, went on NBC’s Rock centre last night and spoke about the alleged abuse he endured in an interview with Kate Snow. A few painful quotes from Weaver:
“After the shower was over…he’d dry me off with a towel. He’d say he was trying to wrestle with me….and then it progressed into oral sex.”
“We went to a professional football game, and [Sandusky and I] left early and went back to the hotel. And he performed oral sex on me in the hotel.”
Weaver, who came from a broken home, said when he first met Sandusky, it was like meeting his hero. Weaver testified before a grand jury, but he did not testify in court. NBC’s Kate Snow said:
“He is now part of a second group of guys who came forward later, who did testify—he testified before a grand jury, prosecutors have his testimony, he’s willing to testify in court. They’re holding that group in case they need them, in case they get a not guilty verdict out of this current jury. They could potentially go after federal charges against Jerry Sandusky.”
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