Nine or ten days later (the exact date is unknown), Mc Queary received a phone call from Curley regarding the incident and set up a meeting with Curley and Schultz in the Bryce Jordan Center either that same afternoon or the next day to go over the details of what had happened in the shower room.
Curley and Schultz both denied having been told about alleged anal intercourse.
The Board of Trustees commissioned an independent investigation by former FBI director Louis Freeh and his law firm.
The Freeh Report stated that Spanier and Paterno, along with Curley and school vice president Gary Schultz, had known about allegations of child abuse on Sandusky's part as early as 1998, and were complicit in failing to disclose them.
In his grand jury testimony, Paterno said that he was only told about Sandusky "fondling or doing something of a sexual nature" to the victim.