Trinity High School cancels class after threat made to school because of Jeff Brohm's decision

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Trinity High School will be closed Thursday after a threat was made against the school.

According to a release on the school's website, the threat was made "due to Jeff Brohm deciding to remain at Purdue." Brohm was a star quarterback at Trinity before playing at the University of Louisville and in the NFL.

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St. Matthews Police said someone made a threat on Twitter on Wednesday evening to burn down the school because of Brohm's decision. Police are investigating the threat, the release says, and classes are canceled and offices are closed.

It's unknown whether the person who made the threat is a Trinity student.

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