BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) -- A social worker who met with one of Jerry Sandusky's accusers says she had enough information after her second meeting with the teen to determine the former Penn State assistant football coach had abused the boy.
Clinton County Children & Youth Services caseworker Jessica Dershem testified Tuesday that the teen identified by prosecutors as Victim 1 was initially uncomfortable talking to her. But she says he soon began to give her detailed accounts of sexual encounters involving Sandusky.
Dershem says she also met with Sandusky. She says he denied having sexual contact with the boy but did acknowledge lying on top of him and blowing "raspberries" on the boy's stomach.
Earlier Tuesday, the now 18-year-old testified about physical encounters that escalated to kissing, fondling and oral sex during sleepovers at Sandusky's home.
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