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Ex-priest films threesome on church altar, pleads guilty to obscenity

Louisiana ex-priest pleads guilty to obscenity

In the name of the father, son, and the holy crap, did we not expect to see what we saw when we heard this news story. A Louisiana Catholic ex-priest pleads guilty to a felony obscenity charge after he was caught filming a threesome he had with two dominatrices on a church altar.

The incident happened one night in September 2020, as a passerby of the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Pearl River noticed the lights inside the church, the New York Post reported.

That witness decided to check into it a little more, so they peered through a window and saw half-naked 39-year-old Travis Clark having a threesome with two women in corsets and high-heeled boots atop the altar, officials said.

Ex-priest pleads guilty to obscenity

Police were called, and when officers arrived, they found a tripod-mounted camera that had been recording the sexual encounter. Police also found sex toys and stage lighting at the scene, according to the New York Post.

During the investigation, officers determined that everything that happened that evening was consensual, but they did arrest the priest and the two women on obscenity charges since they were in view of the public.

According to the New York Post, the two professional dominatrices, Mindy Dixon and Melissa Cheng, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of institutional vandalism back in July and were sentenced to two years of probation. The night before the incident happened, Dixon reportedly bragged on social media that she was going to “defile a house of God.”

Meanwhile, according to the archbishop of New Orleans, the altar was burned after the incident, and a new altar was consecrated in November 2020.

Earlier this week, officials said that Clark pleaded guilty to the obscenity charge and got a three-year suspended prison sentence along with three years of supervised probation and a $1,000 fine. A rep of the Archdiocese of New Orleans was in court that same day and signed off on the sentence for Clark.

Clark was ordained in 2013, but was defrocked shortly after he was arrested in 2020. Since then, he has paid restitution to the church of $8,000.

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