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Another accuser has come forward during the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial.

A 30-year-old Ohio man says Jerry Sandusky abused him more than 100 times over four years starting in 1992, when he was 10.

Travis Weaver, a roofer from Cleveland, Ohio, talked about how he is suing Sandusky when he spoke on NBC's "Rock Center" Thursday night.

Weaver said Sandusky sexually abused him in the locker room and showers at Penn State. He w as named as John Doe in the lawsuit filed in Philadelphia in November.

Defense attorneys claimed their strongest witness in the criminal trial was Sandusky's wife, Dottie.

However, Weaver said she must have known about the abuse because he was attacked in the guest room directly across the hall from the couple's bedroom.

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