Raykovitz was also a highly trained professional on handling such allegations. State Farm Insurance pulled its sponsorship of the Nittany Lions football team in Julyand asked the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania to declare that there is no provision in its policy with Penn State to force the company to help pay for Sandusky's criminal defense bills or any punitive damages that he has incurred.
Retrieved December 5, PMA documents alleged that a boy told Paterno he had been molested by Sandusky, who was then an assistant coach. January 19, June 25, Curley, who takes a leave of absence, and Schultz, who resigns, surrender on charges that they failed to alert police to complaints against Sandusky.
Mike McQueary, then a graduate assistant and later assistant coach at Penn State, testified that on approximately February 9, he had been inside the Lasch Football Building, located on Penn State's University Park campus, when he witnessed a naked Sandusky standing directly behind a boy whose hands were up on the wall in the men's shower room.
Retrieved November 21, She went on to characterize the boy as "very demanding.
Barron acknowledged the school's Board had spent tens of millions of dollars without making an effort to corroborate claims. Archived from the original on August 9, After McQueary was identified as the graduate assistant who reported the incident, he was criticized for not intervening to protect the boy from Sandusky an accusation McQueary has since disputed as well as for not reporting the incident to police himself.
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After attending the first day of testimony in Sandusky's trial, Maureen Dowd reported in an opinion column called "American Horror Story" in The New York Times that "[i]t was an open joke in Penn State football circles that you shouldn't drop your soap in the shower when Jerry was around".
Twitter Share. On Saturday morning, Mike McQueary called Paterno to arrange a meeting, and the two met at Paterno's home later that same morning. Paterno family members dismissed the accusations. November 11, On June 21, , after the case had gone to the jury, Matt Sandusky, one of Sandusky's six adopted children, stated through his attorney that he was also a victim of the former coach's sexual abuse.