We posted an article yesterday about a civil lawsuit filed against The Second Mile, the charity founded by former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky. It's the first civil lawsuit filed in the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, initiated by St. Paul, Minn.-based Anderson & Associates on behalf of an alleged victim who is not one of the eight mentioned in the state Attorney General's grand jury report. While that suit is ongoing, it was reported last night by MyFox Philly that the beleaguered charity has settled another lawsuit by an alleged victim of Sandusky.
The suit, which was filed by "Victim Four" in the grand jury report that laid out the charges against Sandusky, had sought to freeze Second Mile's assets in anticipation of a civil suit. The settlement that was reached Thursday states that the charity must get court approval if it wants to transfer assets or shutdown. The plaintiff also must be informed before any movement of funds. The Second Mile has about $9 million in assets as of Aug. 2010, as we reported in our story yesterday.
You can read additional details about the settlement on MyFox Philly's website.