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Anti-gay “Televangelists” Paul and Jan Crouch Accused of Defrauding Millions & used to settle gay sex scandal…

I thought this would be an appropriate story for this holy Easter Sunday. No disrespect Heyzeus…

I love nothing more than the exposure of fraud…And these two scums reek of it…Oh, and there is also a lovely little gay sex scandal featuring none other than hubby Paul Crouch himself.  Please, nothing screams “under the stall bathroom foot tapping” troll like Crouch…

Two former employees of the world’s largest Christian television channel Trinity Broadcasting Network are accusing the non-profit of spending $50 million of its funding on extravagant personal expenses.

Among purchases, the network founded by Televangelists Paul and Jan Crouch, is accused of misappropriating its ‘charitable assets’ toward a $50 million jet, 13 mansions and a $100,000-mobile home for Mrs Crouch’s dogs.

Their granddaughter, Brittany Koper, 26, recently filed her allegations in court after a brief appointment as the network’s chief finance director in July.

Trinity Broadcasting Network, started by Paul and Jan Crouch are in the news over allegations of spending $50 million of its non-profit funding on extravagant personal expenses such as a $100,000 mobile home for Mrs. Crouch’s dogs, 13 mansions and misappropriating “charitable assets” towards a $50 million jet. These allegations were made in a lawsuit filed by the couple’s granddaughter, Brittany Koper, 26, who worked as the network’s chief finance director.

She claims she was fired in September after discovering the ‘illegal financial schemes’ according to the lawsuit obtained by the Los Angeles Times, and consequently reporting them to Mr Crouch.

Her lawsuit follows a second by another former employee and Koper in-law, Joseph McVeigh, the uncle of Mrs Koper’s husband, Michael Koper, who detailed the opulent spending by the Christian network.

The network’s $50 million luxury jet was purchased through a sham loan while Mrs Crouch’s personal jet, a Hawker, totalled $8 million, according to his suit.

The 13 properties listed in the suit were also referred to as ‘guest homes’ or ‘church parsonages’ while their directors also received $300,000 to $500,000 in meal expenses, as well as the use of chauffeurs. The suit also accuses the network of using funds to cover up sex scandals according to the Times’ review of the suit.

How much does her nasty nylon  purple wigs contribute to that figure? And does the carpet match the drapes? ;)

Like i said above, the sex scandal involves Paul Crouch and an affair he allegedly had with a male employee at his cabin in Lake Arrow Head. TBN is notoriously anti-gay, which would make this scandal in my opinion all to true. Like i always say, if some one is so adamantly against gays, it means they are dick suckin’ closet cases…You can read all about this story here

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2119493/Private-jets-13-mansions-100-000-mobile-home-just-dogs-Televangelists-defrauded-tens-million-dollars-Christian-network.html

  1. Red
    Red08-06-2012

    Sorry I don’t believe in homosexuality either and I’m not closeted or have ever performed any perverse sexual acts so I guess I must ruin your opinion of who you think “anti-gays” really are. You on the other hand don’t need to worry about someone being anti-gay. You need to worry more about whether you are ANTI-CHRIST. Anything that opposes the word of God is considered Anti-Christ. Now, which do you think God hates more?

    • Izzoiz
      Izzoiz08-06-2012

      Honey, let me give you a piece of advice. Religion and bigotry are a choice, sexual orientation is not. I am not anti-christ at all and never made any reference to that in the post. Did you read it correctly? This story was about the fraud of those two charlatans. And the hypocrisy of preaching against gays and then sucking dick on the down low. Bottom line: Jesus loved EVERYONE un-like so called Christians like your self and if you were a true Christian you would know that… ps. the only thing “perverse” is your ignorance.

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