Sandusky Asks Court For Permission To See Grandchildren
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By Cherri Gregg
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Jerry Sandusky has asked a Pennsylvania court for permission to see his grandchildren.
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.