Jerry Sandusky Trial: Victim 6 Says Accused Child Molester Called Himself The 'Tickle Monster'
AOLSPORTINGNEWS.COM - Two more accusers took the stand at Jerry Sandusky's sex-abuse trial Thursday, one of whom said the former Penn State assistant football coach called himself the "tickle monster" before embracing him in a shower and another who said he was distraught that the two lost touch.
The second man, now 25, said he loved Sandusky and that he viewed him as a father figure, but that he became angry with Sandusky because he never reached out to him after the witness was sent out of the area to live in a group home.
"He just forgot about me, like I was nothing," said the man known in court documents as Victim 3. "I would pray he would call me and maybe find a way to get me out of there ... but it never happened."
The two alleged victims who testified Thursday brought to seven the number of accusers to take the stand over the trial's first four days. Jurors also heard about two other alleged victims who have not been located by investigators.
Judge John Cleland said prosecutors might finish presenting their case Thursday. click here to read more
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