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Jerry Sandusky Trial: Dottie Sandusky Denies Witnessing Inappropriate Contact Between Husband, Alleged Victims

Testifying in Centre County court on Tuesday, Dottie Sandusky, the wife of Jerry Sandusky, who is facing 51 counts of child sexual abuse, said she never saw any inappropriate contact between her husband and any of the alleged victims.

Last week, Victim 4 testified that he was sexually assaulted by Jerry Sandusky in the shower in 1998 and forced to try to perform oral sex. Dottie Sandusky responded to the allegations on Tuesday, as outlined by

"I walked in and I said, ‘What's going on?' Jerry was very upset. We had asked [him] if he wanted to go to a luncheon. He said he'd really like to go," she testified. "They were just standing in the little hallway. They had their clothes on. Jerry was yelling. I knew Jerry was mad. It was just the way he looked, and he said, ‘We did this for you. You got to do this.'"

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