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Todd Hodne was born on 23 April, 1959 in New York, is a player. Discover Todd Hodne's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 61 years old?

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Age 61 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 23 April, 1959
Birthday 23 April
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Date of death April 29, 2020
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Nationality United States

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On August 11, 1987, Hodne called for a taxi to pick him up at a White Castle restaurant in Huntington, New York. The driver was a man named Jeffrey Hirsch, who was married with four children and had moved back to Long Island to take care of his ill mother. Hirsch drove Hodne to a side street near the Walt Whitman Mall, where Hodne pulled a knife on him in an attempt to rob him. The two men fought, and in the course of the scuffle Hodne overpowered Hirsch and strangled him, breaking the hyoid bone in Hirsch's neck.


In 1986, Hodne came up for parole. Despite the objections of the Nassau County prosecutor who tried the case, who wrote a letter to the parole board of Eastern New York Correctional Facility, where he had been serving his sentence, detailing Hodne's rape spree once he returned to Wantagh from Pennsylvania, the parole board voted unanimously to release Hodne. He once again returned to Wantagh, where he got a job working for his family's home improvement company, and began seeing a therapist regularly.


It later emerged that Hodne had sexually assaulted at least two Penn State students while attending the university. He was brought up on trial in the matter of the second case, being convicted. He was expelled from Penn State in December. Instead of being remanded to custody before sentencing, Hodne was allowed bail and returned home. There, he resumed his predatory behavior and was arrested in May 1979 on four counts of first-degree rape, among other charges. Hodne entered a plea agreement in September of that year, where he pled guilty to two of the rape counts as well as two counts of sexual abuse and one of attempted second-degree robbery. He was sentenced to a minimum of seven years and a maximum of twenty-one years, which were to be served consecutively with his term for his Pennsylvania conviction.


Hodne gained notoriety for a series of sexual assaults he committed while attending Penn State University, as well as in his hometown afterward; he committed at least twelve rapes and sexual assault attacks between 1978 and 1979. In 1987 Hodne killed a taxi driver during a robbery and was convicted of murder, spending the remainder of his life in prison. A lengthy article by Tom Junod and Paula Lavigne in 2022 led to national interest in Hodne's crimes and their connection to Penn State football, which had already been through another sexual assault controversy several years earlier involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky (who, coincidentally, was on the Penn State staff at the time of Hodne's assaults).


Hodne played linebacker on the football team at St. Dominic High School in Oyster Bay, New York. He was recruited to Penn State where, as a freshman, he played in at least seven games, including the 1977 Fiesta Bowl. In the summer before his sophomore year, he along with two friends from Long Island broke into and robbed a record store; after being arrested on burglary charges, he was suspended from the team for the season, though coach Joe Paterno said he could return to the team "if he has a good academic year and if he proves to us that [the robbery] was a mistake."


Todd Steven Hodne (April 23, 1959 – April 29, 2020) was an American football linebacker and convicted felon from Wantagh, Long Island, New York.