Ex-Penn State football player LaVar Arrington apologizes to alleged Sandusky 'Victim 4'
LaVar Arrington has apologized to 'Victim 4' who testified on Monday during the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial...
Ex-Penn State player and NFL linebacker LaVar Arrington has apologized to ‘Victim 4’ who testified on Monday during the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial. Arrington issued his apologize to ‘Victim 4’ in light of his interactions with the victim during the time he was allegedly abused by Sandusky. The Huffington Post reports:
Among the opening statements and graphic accounts of abuse by a witness on the first day in the trial of ex-Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was a small bit of testimony that hit home for a former Nittany Lions football star.
During his testimony on Monday, the accuser described as “Victim 4” in the initial grand jury report, recounted a visit to the Penn State football locker room when Sandusky took a jersey out of LaVar Arrington’s locker and let him wear it. Victim 4 also testified that Sandusky took pictures of him in the jersey of the team’s former star. Arrington played at Penn State from 1997-99 before going on to a career in the NFL.
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