According to RadarOnline reports:
Two more alleged victims have lodged complaints against former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, and one is coming from within his own family!
Both allegations were brought against Sandusky, 67, in the last two months.
One was brought by the wife of one of his adopted sons, who filed a complaint with Centre County’s Children and Youth Services.
Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, strongly denies the new allegations, as he had with all the previous charges against his client.
“The allegations are ridiculous and unfounded. Jerry has absolutely denied any inappropriate contact with his grandkids,” Amendola told ABC News.
Earlier this month, Sandsuky was charged with 40 criminal counts, ranging from rape to inappropriate touching of minors, all of whom he met through his The Second Mile charity.
The investigations into the two new allegations are in their early stages.
Check out a CBS News report on the allegations below, via Mediaite:
This actually shouldn’t come as a surprise to people who have been following this case closely. When the charges against Sandusky first broke, several outlets speculated about whether or not Sandusky’s youngest son Matt, who is adopted, may have been one of his victims. In 1995 Matt attempted suicide shortly after coming to live with the Sanduskys, both his probation officer (he had been in trouble for burning down a barn) and his biological mother voiced concerns, but Matt defended the Sandusky’s and asked to stay in their care. He’s now 32-years-old.
It’s also worth noting that Matt’s ex-wife Jill Jones got a court order to prevent their two daughters and one son from spending any alone time with their grandfather on the day the charges against him were announced.