Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky has been arrested by Pennsylvania police at his home on Wednesday for new charges brought forward and filed by a grand jury against him, according to reports.
Two more boys, who both met Sandusky while they were a part of the Second Mile charity, are now accusing Sandusky of sexual assault in the wake of earlier allegations against Sandusky, including 40 counts of child molestation, for which he was charged on Nov. 5.
According to Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly, both say that while at the Second Mile charity, Sandusky plied them with trips to football games and abused them in his home. One of the men, now identified as Victim 10, also said that Sandusky molested him in a Penn State campus swimming pool and asked for oral sex during a car ride.
One of the men claims he was assaulted in 1997 and the other in 2004, but it is unclear which year Victim 10 was assaulted.
After Sandusky was handcuffed and escorted out of his home by police, he was brought to an arraignment before a judge in Centre County, Pa., for the new charges.
According to ABCNews.com, the new charges include involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, unlawful contact with a minor, indecent assault, endangering the welfare of children and corruption of minors.
Those new charges will be included in an already-scheduled Tuesday preliminary hearing.