The final accuser in the Jerry Sandusky trial took the stand and testified on Thursday as the prosecution winds down their case. The last accuser testified that he spent more than 100 nights in the basement of Sandusky's home, where the young boy alleged he was molested and sexually abused.
The accuser also testified that he thought the basement was soundproof, articulating that he screamed out for help at least once while Sandusky's wife was home. He could not confirm whether Sandusky's wife heard his cry for help.
It was chilling testimony from the now-18-year-old, who, along with his mother, reported the accusations to police in November 2011. The accuser added during his testimony that Sandusky would also take him to Penn State football games and give him gifts.
Judge John Cleland ended the day of trial after the testimony of the eighth and final accuser. The trial will not resume until Monday, with the prosecution still presenting argument and testimony as it progresses toward the end of its case.