WATCH IT: Sandusky Admits Showering With Boys
NBCNEWS.COM - Jerry Sandusky said Monday he is "innocent" of the sexual abuse charges against him, but he did not deny that he "horsed around," showered with and touched boys while he was a Penn State assistant coach.
Meanwhile, police in Pennsylvania said Monday that at least 10 more alleged victims have come forward since Sandusky's arrest earlier this month and that they are investigating their claims, The New York Times reported.
Sandusky told NBC's Bob Costas that his physical encounters with children were never sexual in nature. A grand jury indicted the former defensive coordinator on 40 counts of abuse.
"I have horsed around with kids, I have showered (with them) after workouts. I have hugged them and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact," Sandusky told Costas via telephone.
Sandusky denied that he is a pedophile or that he is sexually attracted to young boys, but he also admitted: "I shouldn't have showered with those kids."
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