The Penn State University's athletic department is in the middle of a pretty severe sex scandal.
The school's former football defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky (above) has been indicted on 40 COUNTS of sex abuse charges, including inappropriate touching and statutory rape, targeting eight boys in 15 years.
Most recently, the former athletic director Timothy Curley and former Vice President of Business and Finance Gary Schultz resigned from the university Sunday night, as they face perjury charges for claiming they did not know about the abuse.
They could face up to seven years in prison if convicted. Sandusky could face life.
His attorney says:
"Jerry's very, very depressed. He's very distraught about the charges, the allegations."
Um, excuse us, but does anyone else care how depressed he is? Because we don't. He doesn't deserve to be depressed considering the lives he has ruined. As for the other two who have allegedly lied about knowing what's going on - they are just guilty.