Schiano, Bradley Completely Refute McQueary Allegations
Former Penn State football coaches Greg Schiano and Tom Bradley are speaking out against allegations that they knew about Jerry Sandusky’s sexual misconduct.
In a testimony released today alongside a slew of other court documents, Mike McQueary claimed the two knew about Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse, saying Bradley told him that Schiano came into his office “white as a ghost” and said that he just saw Sandusky “doing something to the boy in the shower.”
“I never saw any abuse, nor had reason to suspect any abuse, during my time at Penn State,” Schiano fired back.
In response to deposition, Greg Schiano said: “I never saw any abuse, nor had reason to suspect any abuse, during my time at Penn State.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 12, 2016
McQueary also claimed that, years after he reported it to Penn State officials, he told Bradely about the 2001 incident where he allegedly saw Sandusky abusing a boy in the locker room shower. McQueary claimed he “briefly discussed” with Bradley what he saw Sandusky doing in the showers with a boy, and that Bradley was “not shocked.” McQueary also testified that Bradley at the time said he was told of a “very similar situation” in the past.
Bradley’s representative Brett Senior also released a statement denying the allegations:
“At no time did Tom Bradley ever witness any inappropriate behavior. Nor did he have any knowledge of alleged incidents in the 80’s [sic] and 90’s [sic]. He has consistently testified as such. Any assertions to the contrary are false. When he became aware of the 2001 incident it had already been reported to the university administration years earlier.”
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