Brought to Justice! Football Coach Jerry Sandusky's Son Jeff Sandusky Arrested for Child Sex Soliciting Charges

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Brought to Justice! Football Coach Jerry Sandusky's Son Jeff Sandusky Arrested for Child Sex Soliciting Charges

Jeffrey S. Sandusky, son of former Penn State associate football coach Jerry Sandusky,  was arrested on Monday on multiple child sex soliciting charges after the judge set bail at $200,000. He is now in the Center Country Correctional Facility.

The prosecutors reported two teenage girls to be the victims where one was below sixteen at the time of the abuse. According to The New York Times, court records showed Jeff Sandusky facing-

“14 criminal counts in Centre County, Pa., including solicitation, sexual abuse, child pornography and corruption of minors for alleged crimes in 2013 and 2016.”

Caption: Jeffrey S. Sandusky arrested on Monday on multiple child sex soliciting charges.

One of the victim's father uncovered the alleged crimes last year when his daughter revealed that Sandusky texted her continuously urging her to send her nude pictures. The father immediately contacted the cops, and in the course of the investigation, another victim surfaced. According to the second victim, Sandusky asked her to involve in oral sex.

Both the victims claimed that Sandusky used different excuses to drag them to sexual activities. At one point he said that he "had studied medicine" and in another case, he asked the victim to send him nude photos saying that she had shared a nude with her boyfriend.

When Mr. Sandusky was jailed on Monday, his lawyer T. Marshall revealed that they would “not be making any statements or comments” via a text message. At the hearing, Mr. Sandusky’s mother Dottie Sandusky emotionally claimed her son to be innocent.

Back in 2011, Jerry Sandusky's child sexual abuse scandal rocked Penn State University. He is now in Prison accused of sexually abusing eight boys over at least 15 years. Related to the yearlong sexual abuse, Jerry was found guilty in 2012 of 45 charges, and the judge sentenced him to around thirty years in prison.