Ex-Superintendent in NJ Pooping Case Says He was Used for Click-Bait

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The former Kenilworth School District superintendent that resigned after being named as the Holmdel High School pooper is speaking out in his first interview since being arrested. Thomas Tramaglini admitted that what he did was wrong but says he suffers from a condition that caused a bathroom emergency. 

The 42-year-old also claims that he only defected under the track bleachers once and contrary to what the Holmdel Police Department posted on Facebook, he's not the person that was doing it on a daily basis. 

After his arrest, Tramaglini's mugshot, which he was told was for "internal purposes," appeared on the Keansburg town website before quickly spreading across the internet.  

"I was used for click-bait. What I did was wrong, but I had a bathroom emergency. I (eventually) admitted to it in court. But I could have never predicted what happened next."

Tramaglini says he's been the subject of jokes, received threats, and that his two children have suffered as well. 

Read the NJ.com story here.

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