Maple Leaf Gardens sex offender released on parole


A man who sexually assaulted dozens of boys is reportedly back out on the street.

Gordon Stuckless, the convicted Maple Leaf Gardens sex offender, was released on parole in mid-December, his lawyer told CP24.

He's living in a halfway house in Hamilton. The Toronto Sun reports it is just half a block away from a park often used by children.

His parole conditions include having no contact with minors and continuing chemical castration treatment.

In 1997, Stuckless pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting 24 boys while he was working at Maple Leaf Gardens.

Years later, more victims came forward.

In 2016 he was convicted of assaulting 18 boys and eventually sentenced to 10 years in jail.