Travis Weaver is the first alleged victim to come forward and tell his story on television. Weaver claims he was sexually abused by Jerry Sandusky. He talks tonight, exclusively to NBC's Kate Snow on Rock Center at 10 p.m on NBC10.
Weaver has testified in front of a grand jury, although not the grand jury probe that led to the current trial and Weaver was not called as a witness in the current trial. He is suing Sandusky and Penn State University.
Weaver told Snow (@tvkatesnow) that Jerry Sandusky sexually abused him more than one hundred times over a period of four years, starting in 1992 when he was just 10 years old.
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Weaver, now 30, says he thought he was the only boy it happened to, until he saw Sandusky on the news, arrested on charged he molested other boys.
Travis Weaver says he never told a soul until last fall, when he told his family his story for the first time. Weaver says he still feels numb, but that it's been therapeutic to speak out.
Kate Snow talks live to NBC10 News this afternoon in our 5 p.m. hour. And you can see Snow's full interview with Travis Weaver on Rock Center with Brian Williams tonight at 10 p.m. only on NBC10 News.