Jerry Sandusky Gave Alleged Victim No. 4 Money For Marijuana

The first day of the Jerry Sandusky trial is underway, and there has already been some disturbing testimony from the alleged Victim No. 4, starting with a description of an alleged incident in a San Antonio hotel room during the Alamo Bowl and a suggestion that former interim head coach Tom Bradley may have been suspicious of Sandusky's behavior.

But wait, there's more. Victim 4 said on Monday that he was given money to buy marijuana, and that he smoked it with Sandusky present:

Alleged Victim 4: Jerry ‪#Sandusky‬ gave me money to buy pot and I smoked it right in front of him.

Also, there was a contract put in place which paid the alleged fourth victim:

Victim 4: Was paid about $60 a week for doing activities with Sandusky under a "contract" drafted by Sandusky

This latest news just adds another layer to the case, and one can only imagine what lies ahead. The first day is in the books and the trial will resume on Tuesday at 9 a.m.

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