Another key figure in the Penn State sex abuse scandal has asked for dismissal of charges filed against him.
Former Penn State administrator Gary Schultz has requested a judge drop perjury charges filed against him related to the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal.
He filed the motion in court Tuesday-- just one day after former athletic director Tim Curley did the same.
The 62-year-old Schultz-- who served as a vice-president at Penn State-- says the state attorney general hasn't shown any evidence he lied about the Sandusky sex abuse allegations.
Schultz quickly retired after he was charged with perjury late last year.