NEW YORK --More sexual abuse allegations have surfaced against former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, ahead of his sentencing for financial crimes later this month.
Hastert's alleged sexual abuses are described in a 26-page document filed by prosecutors with the U.S. District Court.
In it are disturbing details from at least four of Hastert's male students when he was a teacher and wrestling coach at Yorkville High School in Illinois decades ago.
The victims say Hastert performed "inappropriate massages and sex acts" on them.
In one instance, a student claims Hastert told him to "get on a table" so he "could loosen him up."
Jolene Burdge's older brother, Stephen Reinboldt, was mentioned in the document. He died in 1995 and told his sister he was molested by Hastert while he was a student at Yorkville.
"He's Dennis Hastert," Burdge told CBS News by phone. "He was a teacher, he was a coach, he was beloved by the community, brought a lot of resources to the community, you know, helped a lot of people out and so no one was ever going to believe that this man was capable of it."
According to a document filed by prosecutor, one unnamed student "recalled that defendant put a 'Lazyboy'-type chair in direct view of the shower stalls in the locker room, where he sat while the boys showered."
Comedian Andy Richter from "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" tweeted: "I went to Yorkville HS '80-'84 & I remember this chair. Purportedly 'to keep boys from fighting.'"
Hastert was House speaker between 1999 and 2007. In May of last year, he was indicted for lying to the FBI about $3.5 million he agreed to pay a former student to keep quiet.
At first, Hastert denied any wrongdoing and claimed he was being extorted. He later agreed to a plea deal for evading bank rules and lying to the FBI about the hush money.
The federal and state statutes of limitations on the allegations of sex abuse have run out.
Attorney Hunter Shkolnik has been following the case.
"There's never going to be justice for these young men," Shkolnick told CBS News. "He will not be punished for what he did, so at the very least, punish him for trying to hide it, punish him for trying to hide the trail, to cover up his misdeeds."
Hastert's attorney is seeking probation at the April 27 sentencing. Prosecutors are hoping the 74-year-old gets the maximum of six months in federal prison.