The fourth alleged victim to testify at Jerry Sandusky's trial says he endured sexual abuse at the hands of the former Penn State assistant football coach but only told his parents of the assaults last year when interviewed by police.
The now 27-year-old man told jurors that he met Sandusky through his Second Mile charity and had more personal contact with him after attending a Penn State home game with Sandusky's family.
The accuser says Sandusky was ``wrapping himself around me, holding me tightly'' when he slept over at his house. He described showering with Sandusky on a number of occasions and says Sandusky touched him beneath his clothes.
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Earlier, another alleged victim said Sandusky told him he'd never see his family again if he told anyone about their sexual contact.
NBC News is reporting that Bob Costas' Rock Center interview with Sandusky may also be played in court today.
Sandusky spoke exclusively, by phone, with Costas in November. He admitted showering and horsing around with young boys, but told Costas he is not a pedophile.
"I could say that I have done some of those things. I have horsed around with kids. I have showered after workouts. I have hugged them and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact," said Sandusky during the interview.
When asked by Costas to concede any wrongdoing, Sandusky said, "I shouldn't have showered with those kids."
Mike McQueary's father may also be set to testify. He went into the courthouse through the entrance used by witnesses Wednesday morning. Tuesday, his son recounted hearing ``slapping noises'' and seeing Sandusky standing behind a boy in a Penn State shower in 2001.
Sandusky arrived a little later, helping his attorney carry boxes and files into the courthouse.
Two of Sandusky's accusers have already testified in the case, leaving six more expected to take the stand. The identities of two of Sandusky's alleged victims remain unknown.
Sandusky faces a total of 52 criminal counts. He maintains his innocence.