Jerry Sandusky leaves the Centre County Courthouse after the jury began deliberating his case. At right is Centre County Sheriff Denny Nau.
Mark Dent Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jerry Sandusky's adopted son, Matt, claims he was a victim of abuse by his father, according to a statement from his lawyer, Andrew Shubin.
The statement said that during the trial Matt Sandusky, 33, contacted Shubin's law group and arranged a meeting with the prosecutors. Earlier today, NBC News reported that the prosecution planned to use Matt Sandusky as a witness if Jerry Sandusky took the stand.
Last week, Victim 4 testified that he was once in the showers with Matt Sandusky and Jerry Sandusky. When Mr. Sandusky began pumping and throwing soap, Victim 4 said, Matt Sandusky left the shower.
Jerry Sandusky's fate now in hands of jury
The PG's Jon Schmitz reports on the closing arguments of the defense and prosecution teams in the Jerry Sandusky trial. The case was turned over to the jury today. (Video by Brian Batko and Bob Donaldson; 6/21/2012)
The statement did not detail the nature of the abuse.
Lawyers for Matt and Jerry Sandusky and prosecutors did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Matt Sandusky's lawyer says his client met with investigators very recently.