(BOSTON) -- Two more men are accusing a former Boston Red Sox clubhouse manager of sexual abuse.
Until the Penn State scandal came to light Charles Crawford said he was too embarrassed to tell anyone what he says happened to him.
“I held this for 16 years; I told my mom when I was 32,” Crawford said.
He and another accuser were attendants in the Red Sox clubhouse in 1991 when they say the late Donald Fitzpatrick molested them.
The accusers' attorney Mitchell Garabedian alleges that Fitzpatrick was a, “serial pedophile,” and the men are seeking a $5 million settlement.
Fitzpatrick has been accused of molesting as many as 15 boys before he died in 2005.
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