Jerry Sandusky doesn’t like jail, complains of having to sit in cell
After being found guilty Friday on 45 of 48 charges related to child molestation, Jerry Sandusky has revealed he’s not too keen on spending time in prison.
According to Karl Rominger, the lesser-known other half of Jerry Sandusky’s cartoonish legal team, Sandusky is already complaining about life in jail.
Rominger was the first person permitted to visit the convicted pedophile in jail, speaking with Sara Ganim about how it went.
Sandusky is in solitary confinement and on suicide watch until he undergoes a psychological evaluation. While he’s been in jail for less than 72 hours, Sandusky’s already concerned about how being confined will affect him:
“He’s anxious to be able to move around,” Rominger said. “His exact quote to me, ‘I don’t think I’m suicidal. I’m dealing with this, but if I have to sit around in this cell for a few more days, I am going to go nutty.’ “
Facing up to 442 years prison, possibly with inmates who’d love to get their hands on a child violator, I don’t think Jerry Sandusky has yet to experience 1% of what awaits him for the rest of his life.