Wednesday he was led out of his State College area home in Penn State gear and handcuffs. It's at that very home where police say victim number nine, as he's known, was sodomized repeatedly in a basement bedroom.
Court documents show the boy was 11 years old at the time. He says he cried out for help knowing Sandusky's wife was home, but no one came.
Victim number ten also accused the former defensive coordinator of molestation at university facilities, pools and hotel rooms.
The victims came forward after last month's publicity of Sandusky's arrest on charges he sexually abused eight other boys.
An attorney for one of the victims, Chuck Schmidt, said, "He thought he was the only one that this had ever happened to, and there's a certain amount of shame and negativity feelings that go one with it, and i think what happens is they try and bury it."
Now that he's been released he's expected to be electronically monitored and be confined to house arrest. Sandusky is scheduled to appear at a court hearing next Tuesday. Many of the victims are expected to testify.