Another person who may have also been sexually abused by Jerry Sandusky has come forward to authorities, according to Lt. David Young of the Montoursville State Police station.
The man, who would be the ninth person labeled one of Sandusky's "victims," came forward after hearing media reports of others being sexually abused by Sandusky.
The police station took a statement from the man and forwarded it to State Police at Rockview.
The Patriot-News in Harrisburg was the first to break the information regarding the person coming forward, and said the man is in his 20s and met Sandusky through The Second Mile -- the non-profit organization where Sandusky met the rest of the boys he sexually abused, according to the grand jury presentment.
The Daily Collegian is waiting to hear back from Young.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.