Dottie Sandusky Maintains Her Husband's Innocence, May Go On Oprah With Him

Dottie Sandusky, who publicly defended her husband's innocence for the first time earlier this month, may join Jerry for another televised interview after the new year. Jerry Sandusky's lawyer, Joe Amendola, told the Harrisburg Patriot-News this week that the two may sit down with Oprah, Barbara Walters, or even return to Brian Williams's Rock Center—since the first visit went so very well.

In her first public statement, released Dec. 8, Dottie said that the allegations against her husband in the second grand jury presentment were "absolutely untrue." Amendola says that she is now considering standing by her husband on-air:

Sandusky's attorney, Joe Amendola, said Dottie Sandusky doesn't have an attorney and sees no need for one. The couple is considering speaking together publicly after the new year, Amendola said—either to Oprah Winfrey, to the CBS show "60 Minutes," to NBC's "Rock Center" or to ABC's Barbara Walters.

Tammy Wynette would be proud.

Jerry Sandusky's wife is under increased scrutiny by those who wonder what she knows [Patriot-News]