NBC NEWS — Former Penn State Coach Jerry Sandusky has been arrested again on two new sexual abuse charges.
State police handcuffed him and escorted him out of his home in Pennsylvania.
Authorities say the new charges were brought by two alleged victims who were involved in Sandusky's charity, Second Mile.
The men came forward and were questioned by a grand jury after earlier sexual abuse allegations.
One alleged victim says he was assaulted by Sandusky in 1997; the other one claims he was assaulted in 2004.
Sandusky already faces 40 counts of child sex abuse, involving eight boys over a 15 year span. He had denied those charges.