Sue Paterno, the 84-year-old wife of Penn State coaching legend Joe Paterno, was reportedly asked to leave an on-campus pool, according to a report on Wednesday. Part of Mrs. Paterno's routine involved working out at a Penn State facility, but that reportedly changed on Wednesday.
The news of whatever the pool incident was comes from Sara Ganim of the Patriot News, who cites a source close to the Paterno family.
No reason was given, the source told The Patriot-News, and when reached by email, university spokesman Bill Mahon said, "I have heard nobody discuss this."
Sue Paterno used Penn State facilities to swim and exercise everyday, the source said, but was told Wednesday morning that she could no longer use the facilities.
No word on if this was some kind of misunderstanding or mis-communication.
Joe Paterno was relieved of his duties in the wake of the Penn State scandal earlier this month. Former Penn State assistant Jerry Sandusky is facing multiple counts of child rape stemming following a lengthy grand jury investigation.
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