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One of the victims, who was 16 at the time, reported that after allowing Stancl to perform oral sex on him, the girl "Kayla" said it wasn't enough and threatened to post the oral sex pictures online if the victim didn't have anal sex with Stancl.He was expelled from New Berlin Eisenhower High School for allegedly making a bomb threat in November 2008. 12, two students found a note written on the wall of a men's bathroom that read "Bomb 11/14/08." Law enforcement conducted a sweep of the school but found no explosives. He denied writing the note on the bathroom wall, however, and said he sent the e-mails the next day only to "make it a better story."The sexual allegations only came to light after Stancl was already being investigated for the bomb threat.