PALM BAY, Fla. - A former Heritage High School band director
said allegations by the Brevard school district ruined his career.
A former students said Wilkins harassed him and said he received death threats.
The allegations eventually cost Wilkins his job.
Among the original accusations were allegations a student wet herself because he wouldn't let her to go the bathroom.
Turns out -- under oath -- a student admitted he wrote that statement, in frustration,
Wilkins spent the last year fighting his case and took it before an administrative law judge.
The judge ruled the district couldn't prove anything, that its investigations weren't fair or based on fact.
There were so many allegations against him that it took the
That same judge said two school leaders were looking for reasons to fire Wilkins and went to Heritage High to see what they could dig up.
"I've been doing this for 37 years. I have never seen an order this direct and this precise," Wilkin's attorney Mark Levine
"To be humiliated like he was during the course of this whole investigation by the district, is something I don't know that you ever recover from."