The victim allegedly raped in a Penn State locker room shower by Jerry Sandusky emerged Thursday with plans to sue the school, said the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The man, known in previous court records as "Victim 2", is being represented by the same attorneys representing four other victims in the case, said The Wall Street Journal.
During previous court proceedings, prosecutors stated that Victim 2's identity was unknown, but have "overwhelming evidence" about the abuse he suffered at the hands of Sandusky, said The Wall Street Journal.
The man's story was a key piece in Mike McQueary's testimony against Sandusky, who stated that he witnessed Sandusky raping Victim 2 in a locker room shower, said the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Attorney's representing the victim are suing Penn State for "egregious and reckless conduct that facilitated the horrific abuse our client suffered", said the Philadelphia Inquirer.