Aaron Fisher -- the young man who first blew the whistle on Jerry Sandusky -- has done an interview with ABC News and says he's not looking for sympathy.
Fisher, now 18, met the convicted child molester when he was 11 at Sandusky's summer camp, Second Mile. A year later, the boy was being sexually assaulted in Sandusky's basement.
Fisher says he kept the secret for 3 years out of embarrassment and fear he wouldn't be believed. When Fisher finally told his school principal about the molestation, she told the boy and his mom to "go home and think about it."
Fisher, who's written a book, will be featured on 20/20 tonight.