This past May, Bishop Eddie Long paid off the four boys who accused him of sexual coercion on the condition they never speak of it again. But in August three of the young men spoke out anyway and now Daddy Long’s lawyers have sent a letter telling the boys that they “intend to recover” the hush money—though they haven’t filed any actual legal papers yet.
Good! Maybe the re-procurement process will result in a lengthy coverage about Long allegedly offering the boys cars, trips, and jewelry for massages and blowjobs.
SCUM OF RELIGION.
have y’all seen Cadillac Kimberly take him on? fucking HILARIOUS!
Okay, you can’t arrest the guy for being a douche and bigot, but surely the local DA’s office can get him on ordinary financial fraud, or the IRS for tax fraud? I am sure that there must be more to this guy’s story than plain old stupidity and hypocrisy?
Good — then we’ll all find out how much money he actually paid them, and that will be public knowledge. He might actually be able to get the money back, but then the guys will most certainly talk.
And when his congregation finds out all about how much he paid off and the allegations to keep them quiet, they’ll run in droves.
Or they should, anyway.
he stands before his congregation with a wig, asking them to accept that it’s real hair, and then they act all surprised about this shit.
wig-wearing man, i tells ya!
@Little Kiwi: LMAO! Dat ain’t no wig, boy! Dat dere’s a process. Get it right!
He doesn’t have the courage to file any legal papers. He is like Bill Oreilly. Hiding behind the law that they put their money into to shut their accusers up is what guilty people do.
Tell me again why churches are tax exempt.
No. 7 · ewe wrote, “He doesn’t have the courage to file any legal papers.”
As the Russian chess master Nimzowitsch once said, “the threat is more powerful than the execution.”
He could sue for damages caused by breaking the contract, and might get back far more than he paid them (which means that his alleged victims wouldn’t profit from selling the story to the media). The only issues in court (at least, this is what his lawyers would argue) would be (a) whether they broke a contract, and (b) what damages that caused. This wouldn’t apply if the alleged victims filed a report with the police, but they wouldn’t get any money from the police if they did that. If the alleged victims made it all up, filing a police report would have an obvious downside – filing a false report is a crime
If you’re really going to sue somebody you don’t send them something saying “Um..hi, I might file something against you.”
If they broke an agreement and you’re going to sue them, you FILE the papers and have them served.
He is just hoping to scare them from talking any more.
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