Chilling details from new witnesses’ damn Penn State alleged pedophile ex- coach JERRY SANDUSKY as jury is gripped by nausea. WARNING: GRAPHIC SEXUAL CONTENT!
The latest accuser in the sexual molestation and child abuse trial of the disgusting former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky added to the litany of shocking allegations against him on Wednesday by telling the Pennsylvania courtroom horrific details of alleged sex in showers.
Now 23 years old, Victim 5 revealed how when he was just 11 Sandusky leered at him in the shower, insisting on soaping him down and then washing his hair despite the boy trying to squirm away.
"I went to the far end of the shower and stood under the and tried to face the wall as much as I could. I kept looking over my shoulder and I saw that (Sandusky) was standing a few feet away from me and I felt uncomfortable, I felt like he was looking at me,” the witness testified.
Janitor Ronald Petrosky also took the stand, recalling a conversation he had with his colleague Jim Calhoun when he emerged from the campus shower room in 2000, RadarOnline.com reported.
"He looked at me and said, 'I just witnessed something that I'll never forget for the rest of my life," said Petrosky. "That man that just left – Sandusky – I saw him licking on that boy's privates."
Yet another victim, dubbed Victim 7, revealed how Sandusky "had this habit of putting his hand on my leg and squeezing," almost to the point of pain, when the pair attended football games together or he stayed over at his house, and to this day, he's repulsed by chest hair – because it reminds him how Sandusky would "cuddle," pressing close to the boy in bed at the coach's home.
"It felt very uncomfortable to me, but I wasn't sure how to handle it," said the now 27-year-old, recalling how he decided to "push it to the back of my mind."
In a disturbing example of the power he lorded over these young boys, Victim 10 explained how when Sandusky forcibly performed oral sex on him following a playful wrestle, he then threatened that if he told anyone, “that I'd never see my family again.”