Three men who testified against Jerry Sandusky during his child sex-abuse trial are seeking to prevent the former coach's charity from transferring its assets to a Texas youth-services group.
Their motion, filed Tuesday in Centre County (Pa.) Orphans Court, came the same day the Second Mile put its State College headquarters up for sale with an asking price of $750,000.
"The court's first priority must be to preserve [the Second Mile's] assets to maximize its ability to pay current and future liabilities," lawyers for the men known as Victims 3, 5, and 7 wrote in court filings. Travis Weaver, an Ohio man who has also accused Sandusky of abuse but was not part of the criminal trial, also joined their motion. (It is The Inquirer's general policy not to identify victims of sexual abuse, but since Weaver publicly accused Sandusky in a televised interview last week, his name is included in this story.)