UPDATE: Priest, Dominatrices Charged with Vandalism After the Threesome Had Sex on Altar!

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Priest 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 three were originally charged with obscenity last September.

It began last September 30 at 11 p.m. when a passerby says he noticed lights on in Saints Peter and Paul Church located at Pearl River Louisiana. He says that as he peered through the glass windows and doors, he saw the Rev. Clark half-naked on top of the altar. The passerby recorded the act.

The complainant reported seeing two women in high heels and corsets on the altar with Clark, wielding sex toys. Stage lights were set up, as was a cellphone and camera, both mounted on tripods. All three were allegedly having sex together. (Louisiana Catholic Priest is Arrested for Obscene Acts!)

A few days later Archbishop Gregory Aymond characterized the priest’s actions as “demonic” and said he had the altar burned. (Church Altar Removed and BURNED After Priest And Dominatrices Had Sex On It!)

Last Friday March 19, attorney Bradley Phillips, who represents Dixon and Cheng, said that the DA “has rightfully chosen to not pursue obscenity charges against my clients.”

“Instead, after waiting nearly six months, the state has decided to move forward with a lesser charge of ‘institutionalized vandalism.’ It is clear the state went out of its way to contort the facts of this case in order to fit their own narrative,” Phillips said in a prepared statement.

The lawyer said that the charges are “nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt to regulate the morality of private individuals. Just because you don’t like something, doesn’t make it criminal.”

The three are accused of “knowingly vandalizing, defacing, or otherwise damaging property and causing damage valued at over $500 and under $50,000”.

If convicted, they face up to two years in prison, with or without hard labor, and a fine of up to $1,000 or both.

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