"While Mr. Farrell threw his lot in with Jerry Sandusky, he should think very carefully before he decides to publish any additional attacks on our client," the statement read.
The individual has never made his identity public, but in July released audio recordings he claimed were Sandusky's voice mails to him. The recordings included a man's voice saying "I love you" to the person on the other end. He claimed that he had been abused before and after the 2001 incident by Sandusky.
"A court order prohibits the attorneys in the Sandusky case and in our case from revealing the identity of this individual," Farrell wrote. "However, all the attorneys -- defense lawyers and prosecutors -- are aware of this individual's identity and have evaluated his credibility, or lack thereof, appropriately, as evidenced by the fact that all parties to the Sandusky trial declined to call him as a witness."
Schultz and Curley are both scheduled to be tried in January.
Sandusky, a former Penn State football coach, was convicted earlier this year of abusing 10 boys, and was sentenced last week to a minimum of 30 years in prison. For Sandusky, 68, that is a life term.
Sandusky's defense team announced plans today to appeal his convictions. Attorney Karl Rominger said that the motion to appeal would be filed by the end of the day.