Dottie Sandusky, the wife of Jerry Sandusky, has been called to the witness stand by her husband's legal team.
Her initial remarks during the start of her testimony Tuesday focused on how she and her husband met.
Dottie Sandusky has stood by her husband, posting his bail, accompanying him to court proceedings and issuing a statement in December that proclaimed his innocence and said that accusers were making up their stories.
She is not charged in the case.
One witness has already testified that he was attacked in the Sanduskys' basement and once tried to cry out for help when she was upstairs.
Also Tuesday, a psychologist testifying for the defense said the former Penn State assistant football coach has a personality disorder characterized by excessive emotionality and attention seeking.
Elliot Atkins said that he interviewed Sandusky for six hours before diagnosing him with ``histrionic personality disorder.'' Atkins said people with the disorder often interact with people in inappropriately seductive ways and don't feel comfortable unless they're the center of attention.
Sandusky's attorney is hoping to convince jurors that the disorder could explain his client's letters and other interaction that prosecutors allege shows his grooming of victims.
Sandusky is charged with 51 criminal counts related to 10 alleged victims over a 15-year span.
He has denied the charges.