Largest Christian TV Network Founders Accused of Stealing $50 Million

Trinity Broadcasting Network founders Paul and Janice Crouch are accused of bilking followers of $50 million to support their lavish lifestyle.

Uh oh! It looks like we have another Jim and Tammy Faye Baker for 2012.  The televangelists met with disaster when they were caught up in a huge sex and money scandal that bilked members out of $158 million.  The new couple is accused of only bilking $50 million and there was no sex…well a little sex…and some of it homosexual.  They’re not as bad, right?

That’s probably the thinking of Janice and Paul Crouch Sr., as allegations of a lavish lifestyle that bilked members out of $50 million are lodged against the founders of Trinity Broadcasting Network. The christian non-profit’s briefly appointed chief finance director, Brittany Koper, 26, who is also their granddaughter, blew the whistle last July.

Her report details items that the couple purchased out of the non-profit’s “charitable assets” that include:  $50 million jet, 13 mansions and a $100,000-mobile home for Mrs Crouch’s dogs. Sounds like a little more than $50 million doesn’t it?  The couple has also been accused by the granddaughter’s uncle-in-law, Joseph McVeigh, in his lawsuit, that the network used their collections for “side-by-side mansions in Florida, as well as in Texas, Tennessee and California.”

In addition to the lawsuits, Paul Crouch Sr. has been in trouble with the FCC and accused of a homosexual affair.  Check out the sordid details in the UK’s Daily.

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