Sandusky accuser says he once screamed for help
BELLEFONTE, Pa. — The last of Jerry Sandusky's accusers has testified that he spent more than a hundred nights in the former Penn State coach's home and that he was forced into sex with him in a basement the boy thought was soundproof.
After the teen's testimony Thursday, Judge John Cleland said trial would resume Monday. Prosecutors haven't yet rested their case.
The now-18-year-old accuser was the last of eight people to testify that Sandusky sexually abused him. He says his mother summoned police to their home to talk to him after Sandusky's arrest in November 2011.
The teenager says he screamed out for help at least once when Sandusky's wife was in the house, but he did not know if she heard him.
The accuser says Sandusky took him to Penn State football games and gave him gifts.
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