The New York Post‘s Page Six is reporting this morning that the young man known as “Victim #1” in the case against former Penn State assistant head coach and convicted sex offender Jerry Sandusky is planning to share his experiences in an upcoming tell-all.
The 18-year-old, who had met Sandusky through his Second Mile charity, helped initially launch the case against Sandusky by coming forward about the abuse he suffered, successfully barring Sandusky from his high school and taking a stand against the former coach in court.
The column reports that the upcoming book might have something in common with another recent tell-all:
Another source says Folio Literary Management’s Steve Troha, who worked on Rielle Hunter’s recent opus, “What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, and Me,” may be in talks with the Sandusky victim, known as Victim 1, who grew up without a father and met Sandusky through his charity Second Mile.
The young man currently remains anonymous as his name and identity have not been released.
h/t NY Post
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