Looks as if the Bishop Eddie Long scandal may not be over just yet, according to published reports , a June break-in at the church were related to the lawsuits filed by the four men who accused him of sexual misconduct.
According to FOX News 5 in Atlanta, the June break-in was done by two men who were allegedly being assaulted by Bishop Eddie Long, who wanted to show the Bishop that “he was not invincible”.
“That man was hurt”, victim Jamal Parris said in his September interview. “He wanted to get evidence to prove what was happening to him and to all of us.”
Parris also states that the break-in was not about the cash, but instead a way to try to hurt Bishop Long the only place they could…the church.
According to published reports, although the Bishop’s office was vandalized and a IPad, IPhone and speakers were taken, the men left behind over $100,000 worth of jewelry in Long’s personal quarters,
“They are feeding the media that this was about money,” Parris continued. “But it was about more than that, these men were collecting evidence because they were tired, tired of being hurt and used-so they decided to stand up for themselves and do what they had to do to get attention.”
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