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Former Priest And 2 Dominatrixes Billed With Vandalism After Alleged Altar Threesome

An old Louisiana priest and 2 dominatrices happen to be billed with vandalism for allegedly getting sex on the top of the Louisiana church altar. 

A person was walking by Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Gem River on Sept. 30 once they allegedly saw one half-dressed priest with the church’s home windows participating in a threesome with two corset-clad dominatrices on the top from the altar, Nola.com reported this past year.

Travis Jhon Clark, 37, then-pastor of Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church was arrested, in addition to two from condition women: Mindy Lynn Dixon, 41, of Kent, Washington and Melissa Kamon Cheng, 28, of Alpharetta, Georgia.

As the three were originally billed with obscenity counts last fall, on Friday the St. Tammany Parish District Attorney’s Office announced individuals charges have been reduced. 

The 3 have finally face one count of institutional vandalism each. They’re charged with “knowingly vandalizing, defacing, or else damaging property and causing damage worth over $500 and under $50,000,” in the church, based on the district attorney’s office. 

Attorney Bradley Phillips, who represents both Dixon and Cheng, told Nola.com on Friday the district attorney’s office “has rightfully selected not to pursue obscenity charges against my clients.”

He said that the incident was legal since it didn’t exist in public. 

“Rather, after waiting nearly six several weeks, the condition has made the decision to proceed with a smaller control of ‘institutionalized vandalism.’ It’s obvious the condition went of their method to contort the details of the situation to be able to fit their very own narrative,” Phillips mentioned. “Once more, they’ve overstepped their bounds because this simply a thinly veiled make an effort to regulate the morality of non-public individuals. Simply because you do not like something, doesn’t allow it to be criminal. My clients expect for their day in the court once we still fight this groundless allegation.”

Phillips hasn’t immediately taken care of immediately Archiweekend.com’s request comment. It’s unclear if Clark comes with an attorney.

Clark was taken off his publish using the church one next day of his arrest. Dixon and Cheng told police during the time of the arrest that they are role-playing and recording the consensual functions. 

Archbishop of recent Orleans Gregory Aymond told WWL-TV that Clark’s functions were “deplorable.” 

“His desecration from the altar in Church was demonic,” he stated. “I am infuriated by his actions. Once the details grew to become obvious, we’d the altar removed and burned.”

Clark, Cheng and Dixon counseled me released from jail after posting bond soon after their arrests.

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