Penn State’s Fees Related to Sandusky Case

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The amount of money Penn State University has spent related to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal continues to climb.  As of December 31st, the university has spend a grand total of just over $41 million.  That number includes the first $12 million payment to the NCAA as part of its sanctions against PSU.  Another $8.1 million went to former FBI director Louis Freeh and his firm’s report.  Most of the other money went toward legal fees.

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