The child sex abuse trial of American football coach Jerry Sandusky has heard from a third person who says he subjected him to oral sex and used threats to enforce his silence.
The 25-year-old claimed Sandusky abused him as an 11-year-old after they met at a camp organised by a charity set up by the coach for underprivileged children.
The case has gripped America - not least because Sandusky was an assistant to the legendary college football coach Joe Paterno, who was fired over his handling of the matter and died earlier this year.
The witness was one of two who came forward after Sandusky was accused of abusing eight victims.
He faces a total of 52 criminal counts, involving alleged assaults over a 15-year span.
The court heard how the witness, who was a foster child, had gone to Sandusky's home in 1998 and been invited to the basement where the two began wrestling.
"He kind of pinned me to the ground and pulled my pants down and started performing oral sex on me. I freaked out," he said.
He claimed his attacker then said he would never again see his biological family if he revealed what had happened.
The accuser's account came on the third day of testimony in the case which has shaken the world of college football and Pennsylvania State University, where Sandusky worked.
He has been portrayed as a predator who used his charity and reputation to befriend boys before abusing them.
He was accused originally by former graduate assistant coach Mike McQueary, who claims to have seen him sodomising a child in the locker room showers.
He has denied allegations by authorities that he abused boys in hotels, at home and at the football team's headquarters.
Sandusky's attorneys have sought to cast doubt on the credibility of his accusers, suggesting they may have been motivated by financial reasons.