BELLEFONTE, Pa. (CBS Cleveland) - Jerry Sandusky was reportedly taunted by other inmates in song at the Centre County Correctional Facility when he was housed there this past December.
An inmate who identified himself only as “Josh” told The Daily that he and other prisoners sang well-known lyrics from Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” to Sandusky.
“At night, we were singing ‘Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone,’” Josh was quoted as saying.
Though Sandusky was held alone in a separate cell reportedly designated for sex offenders and those with mental illnesses, he was still visible to other inmates, who mocked him with their singing when the lights went out for the night, The Daily reported.
Sandusky, the former assistant coach of Penn State’s celebrated football team, was found guilty of 45 counts of child sex abuse for his inappropriate sexual actions with 10 known victims over the past 15 years.
He was sent to the Centre County Correctional Facility in December of last year when several counts were added to the charges he was facing at the time.
After being found guilty last Friday, Sandusky was sent back to the same facility.
The minimum sentence Sandusky is said to face for his crimes will likely add up to a life sentence for the disgraced coach.