Jeffrey Sandusky was charged Monday with multiple charges of sexual offenses involving children.

Jeffrey Sandusky, the son of the former Penn State assistant who was convicted in the school’s child sexual-abuse scandal, was arrested Monday by Pennsylvania State Police and charged with sexually assaulting a child.

Sandusky, 41, was arraigned in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, after what WTAJ-TV reports was an investigation that began last November, in which a child claimed to have received text messages from Sandusky, including some that asked for naked photographs.

State Police said that Sandusky had been dating the child’s mother and had lived in the residence for about five years. The text messages were shared with the child’s father and he notified police. The criminal complaint cited by the TV station says that a second child was abused dating to 2013.

Sandusky faces 13 counts, including six of communicating with a minor for sex and two of soliciting child pornography. He is being held on $200,000 and was prohibited from having contact with any minors.

Jerry Sandusky is serving a minimum 30-year sentence after his 2012 conviction on 45 charges of sexually abusing 10 boys. Matt Sandusky, another son of the former coach, has alleged that he was a victim of his father’s abuse.

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