The Patriot-News of Harrisburg is reporting that another individual has come forward claiming he was a victim of alleged sexual abuse by former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
According to the report, "The individual, now in his 20s and living in Lycoming County, contacted state police at Montoursville Sunday after learning about the charges against Sandusky."
Sandusky has been charged with sexually assaulting at least eight boys through a charitable organization he ran called Second Mile.
A report from the New York Times today, indicated that longtime Penn State head coach Joe Paterno will not last past this season at the University as a result of his actions in relation to the scandal. Paterno is not facing any criminal charges at this time.
Many former players have weighed in on the allegations against Sandusky, the most notable being former Penn State All-American LaVar Arrington, who yesterday on his radio show said that news of the charges caused him to be "moved to tears."Follow information as it happens on this story with our HuffPost Sports Live Blog on the incident.