A Son Of Jerry Sandusky Accused Of Child Sexual Abuse

The adopted son of serial child molester and former Penn State college football coach Jerry Sandusky has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a child.

He is serving a 30 to 60-year prison sentence for sexually abusing 10 boys.

His father Jerry Sandusky was convicted of child sex abuse crimes in 2012.

Jeffrey Sandusky is in the Centre County Prison on $200,000 bond.

Pennsylvania State Police began investigating him in November after a child claimed to have received text messages from Sandusky, including some asking for naked photographs.

And state police say the second child said that Sandusky texted the child in the spring of 2013 while the child was in the shower, saying he "wanted to know how it felt". "We will prosecute this case as aggressively as we do all child abuse cases".

The ages of the alleged victims were redacted in the court documents. He was charged with a total of 14 counts, including unlawful contact with minors, solicitation of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and solicitation of statutory sexual assault. A preliminary hearing is scheduled February 22. In addition, the university has settled with 33 people, paying $93 million, over allegations of sexual abuse by Sandusky.

"My dad is innocent", Jeffrey Sandusky said in a 2015 interview with Bleacher Report's Jeff Pearlman.

The revelation that coach Jerry Sandusky has abused children, some whom were beneficiaries of his own charity, shocked Pennsylvanians and fans of USA college football. "No, he was doing it to say I care about you".

"My mom and dad are incredible parents".