A 19-year-old man recently filed a complaint with Pennsylvania state police alleging he was sexually abused by Jerry Sandusky after the former Penn St. Nittany Lions coach gave him liquor on campus in 2004, according to the accuser's lawyer Tuesday.
According to the lawyer, Charles Schmidt, his client first contacted him three weeks ago after the many charges of sexual abuse were brought against Sandusky.
"He suffered one incident of abuse, to use the legal term - involuntary deviate sexual intercourse - allegedly at the hands of Mr. Sandusky,'' Schmidt said. "That occurred on the Penn State campus, we believe in the area of the football facilities.'"
Schmidt told The Associated Press that his client was 12-years old when the alleged incident happened. The lawyer said the two met through The Second Mile.
The grand jury report did not allege any instances of Sandusky giving boys alcohol. Schmidt's law firm is conduction their own investigation of the claims and expects to have a final report in the next few weeks.
Sandusky's lawyer said he was not aware of these claims or the victim.
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