Regulators have revoked a southern Iowa high school coach's license for life after he declined to contest unspecified allegations involving an inappropriate relationship with a student.

The Iowa Board of Educational Examiners on Wednesday said the license of Klint D. Sinclair, who coached baseball at Wayne Community School in Corydon, has been permanently revoked with no possibility of reinstatement. But the board refused to release details about the allegations against him.

The board in November found probable cause Sinclair violated a rule prohibiting coaches from "soliciting, encouraging, or consummating a romantic or otherwise inappropriate relationship with a student."

Sinclair surrendered his license before the board released a public statement of charges against him. Assistant Attorney General Julie Bussanmas said that means the details of the complaint will never become public.

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