Jerry Sandusky has apparently started writing a book -- his second -- while still waiting to be sentenced for sexually abusing boys during his tenure as an assistant football coach at Penn State, WJAC-TV is reporting.
Citing unnamed sources, the Johnstown, Pa., station says Sandusky is being helped by his wife, Dottie. In 2001, he published an autobiography, Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story. The book may have led police to some of Sandusky's victims.
The station writes that its sources said "there has been so much paperwork exchanged between Jerry and Dottie, that Dottie has had her written correspondence privileges suspended by prison officials."
The sources initially told the station it appeared Sandusky was preparing a statement to read at his sentencing hearing next month.
Centre County prison officials said Sandusky is no longer on suicide watch and described him as a model inmate.