Monday, November 14, 2011


DIRTY Jerry Sandusky's former daughter-in-law is refusing to let the disgraced Penn State coach see his three grandchildren and now she's obtained a legal order to back her up. 
Jill Jones who was once married to Matt Sandusky went to court to stop the accused pedophile from having access to their two daughters aged nine and seven and her son, aged five. 
The restraining order forbids the children from sleeping over at their grandparents' home and bans the defensive coach from seeing them unsupervised.
Although there is no record that Ms Jones ever accused her ex-father-in-law of abusing her children, there is a 'fundamental disagreement over the validity of the charges against Jerry Sandusky and the risk he poses to children,' the court documents said. 
As we reported here Sandusky, who was described as "sexual predator" by attorney general Linda Kelly is charged with more than 40 offenses against eight young victims.
The most serious is deviate sexual intercourse against six of them, along with four counts of unlawful contact with a minor.
Prosecutors believe he groomed the underprivileged youngsters, who he met through his charitable Second Mile Organisation, by plying them expensive gifts and trips to sporting events.
Then he struck, abusing them either at his home or at Penn State's famous Lansch stadium.
Sandusky, who's autobiography is ironically called "Touched" is denying the allegations for which he faces 460 years behind bars, if convicted on all counts.

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