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BELLEFONTE, Pa. — A son of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, serving decades for child molestation, was himself sentenced to prison Friday on child sexual abuse charges.
Jeffrey Sandusky was sentenced to 3½ to 7 years in prison after pleading guilty to pressuring a teenage girl to send him naked photos and asking her teen sister to perform a sex act.
Jeffrey Sandusky, 42, pleaded guilty on the eve of his trial in September to 14 counts, charges that included solicitation of statutory sexual assault and solicitation of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.
The Centre Daily Times reported Jeffrey Sandusky’s attorney said there was never any physical contact between his client and the victims.
Authorities said he knew the girls through their mother, and that a year ago their father turned over incriminating text messages sent by Jeffrey Sandusky.
A court affidavit said Jeffrey Sandusky told the girl he pressured for photos last year that “it’s not weird because he studied medicine.” He directed her “to not show these texts to anyone,” police said.
Jeffrey Sandusky is one of the six children adopted by Jerry and Dottie Sandusky and has been a stalwart supporter of his father, often attending court proceedings.
He will be on probation for a year after release.
The Corrections Department said Friday that Jeffrey Sandusky was fired as a Rockview State Prison guard late last month. He had been with the agency since August 2015.
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A teenager was sexually abused and the Tulare man who police say did it is now behind bars.
Police did not say if other adults or children were in the home at the time. Detectives believe while the girl was in the home she was not held against her will.
Tulare Sgt. Jon Hamlin said a variety of reasons could have prevented the girl from coming forward sooner.
"Sometimes, especially in cases of sexual assault, the victim doesn't think they will get help," he said. "They may also fear they will be blamed."
Hamlin said, while detectives are looking further into the allegations, it's possible there are other victims who haven't come forward. Police are also looking into the possibility that Lara has a previous sexual assault conviction in another county, he said.
"This happened in 2015. There may be a patter here," Hamlin said.
Lara was arrested Thursday and booked into Tulare County Pretrial on allegations of having sexual intercourse and oral copulation with a minor. His bail was set at $260,000 and he's expected in court on Monday.
Anyone with information should call Detective Ray Guerrero at 685-2300.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — An upstate New York man accused of sexually assaulting two children at a McDonald's has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Prosecutors said Tremblay assaulted a 5-year-old and a 7-year-old at a Watervliet McDonald's in August.
Police say the crime was captured on the restaurant's surveillance cameras.
One Non-Survivor's Story
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Adult film actress August Ames opened up about childhood sexual abuse, mental health issues, and drug abuse, just weeks before her death from a reported suicide.
She had been under heavy criticism for saying she refused to work with men who have also appeared in gay pornography, actors who, in the industry, are described as “crossover” performers.
On September 13, less than two months before her death, she appeared on the Holly Randall Unfiltered podcast for a wide-ranging hour-long interview.
In it, she revealed that she’d experienced “a lot of sexual molestation” when she was growing up, but said the perpetrator was not her father.
She said the trauma of the abuse was compounded because she was not believed when she raised the alarm.
“It was just awful. It’s still recent where I have to keep myself occupied or else I start thinking about all that s*** and then I fall into a depression. I try to do therapy. I hate that word. I hate therapy.”
She said that one of the reasons she disliked therapy is because therapists would judge her for her profession.
“I would get in contact with some people and then I would feel badly because they’d be like ‘what’s your profession and I’d be like ‘oh, I’m in the adult industry’ and then I’d feel like they’re like ‘oh, that’s the whole reason that you are the way you are’ and then I’d get turned off.”
She touched on the use and abuse of drugs during the hour-long chat, revealing that when she was 15, the father of a child she was babysitting offered her cocaine if she would strip naked.
She said she’d used drugs to escape her issues, saying: “I don’t drink alcohol anymore. When I would drink, I’d black out every time. I used to smoke a lot of weed too, I used to be a big stoner but I’ve cut that out too. I just drink water now.”
Ames added that she was using medication to deal with bipolar disorder, depression and multiple personality disorder. “It was so hard when I wasn’t on any medication when I’d just flip, you know? It was crippling.”
Towards the end of the podcast, she said that when she’s feeling low and depressed, she goes through her old photos to look for a happy selfie to post on Instagram to her followers.
After learning of his younger sister’s death, the actress’s brother lashed out at social media bullies, blaming the online abuse for his sister’s death.
Ames husband, Kevin Moore, asked for privacy during the difficult time, after telling industry trade magazine Adult Video News, “She was the kindest person I ever knew and she meant the world to me.”
Since the news of Ames death, there has been an outpouring of condolences on social media, with friends and industry professionals sharing touching tributes to the starlet.
The Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office has not yet revealed the cause of death.
BRENTWOOD -- A former maintenance supervisor at Bethany Church in Greenland was sentenced to prison last week for possessing images of children being sexually abused.
Nekoroski was sentenced to 3 to 6 years in New Hampshire State Prison, according to court records. He also received a suspended prison sentence of 7½ to 15 years and must participate in the state’s sex offender program as part of the plea deal.
Nekoroski was arrested Jan. 3 this year after police found images depicting sexual child abuse on laptops, hard drives and USB thumb drives in his home. He was indicted in April on six felony counts of possession of child sexual abuse images by a Rockingham County grand jury.
Nekoroski was being monitored by bracelet until June 21 when it was removed by authorities, according to an operator at the Rockingham County House of Corrections. He is receiving 83 days credit for confinement prior to his plea and sentencing.
Nekoroski worked at Bethany Church before retiring in 2015 and previously at IBM and Motorola, according to published reports. His arrest was the result of an investigation by the regional Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. ICAC found his IP address during a probe into the file sharing network Bit Torrent, from which Nekoroski appeared to be downloading the files, according to a police affidavit and Portsmouth detective Duane Jacques.
Police said at the time of his arrest six images were allegedly found in Nekoroski’s home that depicted acts involving adult men and minor females, including some prepubescent children.
The alleged incident involving a child under the age of 13 occurred in 2015 in the town of Oswego.
Schopp was arraigned in Town of Hannibal Court and taken to the Oswego County jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.
He is scheduled to return to Oswego Town Court on Dec. 18.