Friday, October 9, 2020

Police Arrest Priest at Church in Louisiana while Filming Pornography at Altar with 2 Women



Travis Clark, the pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul, in Louisiana since 2019, was arrested with obscenity last week for the alleged encounter.

According to NOLA and WWLTV news. the Pearl River Police state that a passerby saw the lights on inside Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church near 11 p.m. on Sept. 30, 2020 and stopped to witness the shocking actions of the church’s pastor.

SEE ALSO: #BreakingNews Powerful Video Statement by Archbishop of New Orleans on Desecration of Altar, which was then Burned, and Abuse by Priests - FULL TEXT - https://www.catholicnewsworld.com/2020/10/breakingnews-powerful-video-statement.html

Peering through glass doors and windows, the person who called police allegedly saw the Rev. Travis Clark, 37, half-naked on top of the altar, according to documents.

The complainant reported seeing two women in high heels and corsets. Stage lights were set up, as was a cellphone and camera, both mounted on tripods. All three were allegedly having sex together.

The passerby took a cell phone video and called the Pearl River police, who arrived at the church, viewed the footage, and arrested the group on accusations that they were having intercourse in a publicly visible place, the documents said.



Clark, the pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul since 2019, was booked with obscenity last week for the alleged encounter.

The two women, 23-year-old Melissa Cheng and Mindy Dixon, 41, were also booked on the same count as Clark, which police justified by alleging the “obscene acts occurred on the altar, which is clearly visible from the street.” (photo above shows the priest and the 2 women after they were arrested)

The archdiocese announced it had suspended Clark from ministry the day after he was arrested.

A social media account associated with her published a post the day before the arrests saying she was on her way to the New Orleans area to meet another dominatrix "and defile a house of God."

Aymond sent a letter to parishioners at Sts. Peter and Paul on Monday saying the Rev. Carol Shirima would replace Clark beginning this coming Sunday.

Edited from Source: wwltv.com - Also reported by NOLA and CNA

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