Convicted sex offender Gordon Stuckless is facing new charges after three more alleged victims came forward.
The three allege that they were sexually assaulted by the now 67-year-old between 1978 and 1984.
Stuckless, who is currently serving a six-year prison sentence, was arrested on 19 new charges Wednesday, including buggery, indecent assault of a male, gross indecency, sexual assault and threatening death.
He is due to face these charges in court on November 17th.
The sentence Stuckless is currently serving was handed down in June of this year, after he pleaded guilty to 100 charges for crimes he committed against 18 young boys while working as a hockey coach and teacher in the late ’70s and early ’80s.
He was initially sentenced to six-and-a-half years behind bars, but was given credit of six months for time served under house arrest.
The sentence was met with disgust by many of his victims, who hurled profanities at him in the courtroom. The crown had sought 12 years in that case.
Stuckless had also pleaded guilty in 1997 for sex assaults on 24 boys while he worked as an equipment manager at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens between 1969 and 1988.
He was sentenced to two years less a day in that case, which was then increased to five years on appeal.
He was paroled in 2001.