The Side-Eye: Peen State Perv Jerry Sandusky’s Claiming He’s The Victim!! [Audio]

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This guy really has some damn nerve. And on the night before he’s sentenced for the Penn State scandal, Sandusky thought it was a good idea to share his side one more time.

Releasing an overly-dramatic recorded statement from his cell, Sandusky chose to go on the defense and attacked everyone, from his victims, to the media…even the university, for the reason he’s still locked-up after being “falsely accused”.

According to TMZ…

In his statement, the disgraced ex football coach says, “A young man who was dramatic, a veteran accuser, and always sought attention, started everything.”

Sandusky goes on to say the initial accuser “was joined by a well-orchestrated effort of the media, investigators, the system, Penn State, psychologists, civil attorneys and other accusers. They won. I’ve wondered what they really won: Attention, financial gain, prestige… will all be temporary.”

Sandusky also rambles about his attorneys not having enough time to prepare for the trial — in which the jury found him guilty of 45 counts of child ____ deviance — and insinuates all his accusers came forward purely for financial gain.

And there’s this odd claim … on the recording, Sandusky says his wife “has been his only partner that was after marriage. Our love continues.”

Sandusky is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow morning … and faces up to 400 years in prison.

Wow…homeboy’s crazy! We’ll leave the rest of the comments for you to make…SMH

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