A Dr. Phil Exclusive: Child Prostitute Links Sandusky to Pedophile Ring September 28, 2012 As Jerry Sandusky awaits sentencing on 45 counts of sexual abuse
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, Sep 30, 2012
A Dr. Phil Exclusive: Child Prostitute Links Sandusky to
Pedophile Ring September 28, 2012
As Jerry Sandusky awaits
sentencing on 45 counts of sexual abuse against boys, new allegations have
surfaced that he was involved in a tri-state child porn ring.
Forty-eight-year-old Greg Bucceroni has come forward, saying that as a young boy
in 1979, Ed Savitz — now deceased, then-advocate for at-risk children — arranged
for him to have sex with Sandusky, whom he says everyone called "The Coach."
Though the encounter never happened, Greg speaks out in a Dr. Phil exclusive
about the horrors he says he lived through as a child. Hear how he says he was
manipulated into the dark and dangerous world of drugs and child prostitution.
And learn why, after 34 years, he says he's finally telling his secret.
Greg insists he tried getting the police involved at the time of the alleged
abuse, to no avail. Why does he believe no one listened? Plus, 30-year-old
Travis Weaver — the only alleged victim of Sandusky to reveal his identity —
speaks out about the sexual abuse he says he suffered at the hands of his
"hero." This show contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion is
Greg says he believes the child prostitution ring is still
operating today. "Every time they went after Savitz, they only focused on
Savitz, even though they had information about others," he says. "They never
went after the network. This is the first time they're going after the network,
at a federal level."
Travis says he feels Penn State should've
done more to protect him. He's currently suing the university along with
Sandusky and The Second Mile. Travis' attorney, Marci Hamilton, explains the
basis of the lawsuit: "Penn State must have known that Jerry Sandusky was
engaging in sex abuse," she says. "It was negligent and reckless to let Sandusky
near these kids."
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