Sandusky Asks Court For Permission To See Grandchildren

By Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Jerry Sandusky has asked a Pennsylvania court for permission to see his grandchildren.

READ: CBS Philly’s Complete Coverage Of The Penn State Child Sex Abuse Scandal

Sandusky’s bail conditions forbid him from having contact with anyone under 18.

The former Penn State assistant football coach asked a court for permission to see his 11 grandchildren, with parental supervision, at his home.

A motion filed Friday by Sandusky’s lawyer also asks that he be able to communicate with his grandchildren by e-mail, phone, text and Skype.

Sandusky, who is currently under house arrest, is accused of molesting 10 boys over a 15-year period.

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One Comment

  1. Linda says:

    I hope this judge is smart enough to tell this jerk a big fat NO, he should not be allowed any contact of any kind.

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