Jerry Sandusky's Victim No. 1 Speaks Out

For the past four years, since he first came forward to say that former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky had sexually abused him, he’s been known as Victim Number 1.

But now, the young man who was a key witness in Sandusky’s trial is ready to share his name, the horror of the abuse he suffered and how he found the courage to speak out.

Jerry Sandusky Sentenced to 30-60 Years for Child Sex Abuse

Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky was sentenced Tuesday morning to 30-60 years in prison for molesting 10 boys over a period of 15 years.

The judge said that he would serve no less than 30 years in prison and no more than 60 years.

Jerry Sandusky's Adopted Son: I'm a Victim, Too

Just hours after a jury began deliberating the fate of Jerry Sandusky, who is on trial for allegedly sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period, his adopted son Matt said he, too, was sexually abused by Sandusky.

“During the trial, Matt Sandusky contacted us and requested our advice and assistance in arranging a meeting with prosecutors to disclose for the first time in this case that he is a victim of Jerry Sandusky’s abuse,” read a statement issued by Matt’s attorneys, Andrew Shubin and Justine Andronici.

Jerry Sandusky Trial: Tales of Rape and Cries for Help

He’s an 18-year-old man now. But in his painful memories, he said, he’ll always be a little boy, less than 70 pounds, alone in a basement, where he was repeatedly raped and forced to perform oral sex.

His tormentor, he says, was Jerry Sandusky.

“There was no fighting against it,” the recent high school graduate told the jury at Sandusky’s trial. “Sometimes [I’d] scream, sometimes tell him to get off me, but other than that, who was there? We were in the basement, no one could hear you down there.”

Joe Paterno in Serious Condition

Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno is listed in serious condition after suffering complications in his battle with lung cancer, says a family spokesman.

Paterno, 85, began hospital treatment for the disease on Jan. 13, after being diagnosed in November. Around 9 p.m. Jan. 21, erroneous reports circulated that Paterno had died, prompting one of the coach’s sons to Tweet, “Joe is continuing to fight.”

Jerry Sandusky Case: Victim No. 4 Wants to Testify

Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky opted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing on Tuesday – but that hasn’t prevented some of his alleged victims from speaking out.

“I can’t put into words how unbearable this has been on my life, both physically and mentally,” a young man identified as Victim Number Four said in a statement released by his attorney, Ben Andreozzi.

Jerry Sandusky Arrested Again, More Alleged Victims Step Forward

Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested again Wednesday for investigation of additional sex abuse charges involving two more boys.

Sandusky, 67, was jailed on $250,000 cash bail.

In addition to the eight alleged victims identified in the original grand jury report charging Sandusky, these new charges bring the total number of boys who have accused Sandusky of abuse to 10.

Jerry Sandusky: 'I Horsed Around with Kids'

Jerry Sandusky, the former football coach at the center of the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, acknowledges that he touched children but denies he committed any crimes.

“I have horsed around with kids,” Sandusky, 67, said in an interview that aired Monday on Rock Center with Brian Williams. “I have showered after workouts. I have hugged them and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact.”