The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports:
A former priest and two professional dominatrices accused of performing sex acts on the altar of a Catholic church in Pearl River were charged by the north shore District Attorney’s Office Thursday with one count of institutional vandalism, a felony.
Travis John Clark, 37, who was pastor of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, and Mindy Lynn Dixon, 41, of Kent, Washington and Melissa Kamon Cheng, 28, of Alpharetta, Georgia, were charged in a bill of information.
The arrests have created another scandal for the Archdiocese of New Orleans after a slew of recent disclosures about alleged child sexual abuse by clergy and the archdiocese’s own filling for Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
A priest and two dominatrices are accused of performing sexual acts on the altar of a Catholic Church in Pearl River.
Now they face vandalism charges. Latest update: https://t.co/qcBXLKqPnW
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