Former Assistant Football Coach at Penn State University, Jerry Sandusky, sat down with a reporter for The New York Times to discuss the allegations that he had inappropriate relationships with young boys while employed at Penn State. Several young men have come forth accusing the former coach of abusing them in showers and other places while he was part of the Penn State football program. Now, the former coach is speaking out. 

The former coach sat down with a reporter of the New York Times and addressed all of the accusations, while in the home of his attorney. With his attorney by his side, listen to what Sandusky told the reporter about a question that was thrown at him in a recent phone interview with Bob Costas. Sandusky gives some rather creepy insight into his life, yet his attorney allowed him to answer the questions posed by the reporter.

For the complete interview visit the New York Times