June 13th, 2012
09:15 PM ET

Sandusky trial: Alleged victim recounts abuse in Penn State showers, saying Sandusky threatened him

Day 3 of the Jerry Sandusky trial, the prosecution announced today that it will rest its case on Friday. Three victims testified Wednesday detailing their alleged abuse by Former Penn State football coach, Jerry Sandusky.

Beth Karas, Correspondent, "In Session" on truTV and Anne Bremner, former sex-crimes prosecutor comes OutFront.

Sandusky threatened boy, alleged victim testifies

A 25-year-old man testified Wednesday that as a boy, he was abused by Jerry Sandusky and that Sandusky threatened him and then later apologized, telling the child that he loved him and that he didn't mean the threat.

The man spoke on the third day of testimony in the high-profile child rape case against Penn State's former defensive coordinator. The witness was one of 10 boys, prosecutors say, who were sexually abused over a span of 15 years by the former coach.

"He told me that if I told anybody, that I would never see my family again," said the man identified as "Alleged Victim No. 10."


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