Jerry Sandusky will likely never see the light of day outside of a prison cell ever again, but that doesn’t mean the chilling discoveries in the Penn State sex scandal are over for the public. Voicemails allegedly left by the longtime defensive coordinator to one of his child sex victims have just been released, and as TMZ puts it, “they’re creepy as hell.”
Civil suits in the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal are moving forward, as lawyers for one of Sandusky’s alleged victims released voicemails today following an announcement that they intend to sue Penn State University for failing to stop Sandusky’s abuse. The lawyers maintain that they have “overwhelming evidence” of abuse, including two voicemails dated Sept. 12 and Sept. 19, 2011 in which Sandusky says “love you” to the victim, and asks if he’d like to attend Penn State’s next game, reports CBS News.
The victim has refused to be identified, only going by the handle “Victim 2″ in the proceedings. His lawyers say that he “suffered extensive sexual abuse over many years both before and after the 2001 incident Michael McQueary witnessed.”
In one of the voicemails, Sandusky says “I am probably not going to be able to get a hold of anybody … Probably ought to just go forward … I would be very firm and express my feelings upfront,”continuing, “But there is nothing really to hide so. Um. If you want, give me a call … I love you.”
Attorneys are saying that Sandusky left the voicemails in an attempt to coach “Victim 2″ on how to talk to the police regarding the molestation charges.
Here’s the audio of Sandusky’s voicemails to “Victim 2.”