Former Penn State star linebacker LaVar Arrington has reportedly offered an apology to an alleged sexual abuse victim of former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
Arrington wrote an emotional story for The Washigton Post about his reaction to Monday's testimony by Victim 4, who testified that he received gifts from Sandusky.
Victim 4 said he was allowed to wear Arrington's jersey and even had his picture taken with the Nittany Lions star.
"I always enjoyed interacting with kids," Arrington wrote in the blog. "As time went on, I knew he looked up to me and was a big fan, and I made a point of stopping to talk with him. I'd ask him the usual questions: 'How are you?' 'How's school?' He always seemed mad or kind of distant. I remember distinctly asking him: 'Why are you always walking around all mad, like a tough guy?'
"My preconceived notion was that he was part of Sandusky's Second Mile foundation, so he must live in a troubled home, and I chalked it up to that. I would just tell hi...