The priest of a catholic church in Louisiana had hired the two dominatrices and had the whole thing filmed.
A priest at a Roman Catholic church in Louisiana was arrested for having sex with two women at the altar and filming the act. He was charged with obscenity. The small town of Pearl River was jolted by news of Reverend Travis Clark, a pastor of Saints Peter and Paul church since 2019, caught in a sex scandal. The priest got caught after a resident of the town noticed the lights in the church were lit beyond the usual timing on the night of September 30. When he peered inside, he saw two women, dressed in corsets and high-heeled boots, having sex with Clark, who was partially naked, reports Nola. A mobile camera in a tripod was pointed towards the three. There was also what seemed like stage lighting, the witness told the police. He took a video of the three as proof and then called the cops.
A Pearl River priest was arrested last week on accusations that a person passing by the clergyman's church saw him having sex with two women atop the altar, according to courts records | https://t.co/7kP8aSgqVA— Ramon Antonio Vargas (@RVargasAdvocate) October 8, 2020
The two women—Mindy Dixon, 41, an adult film actor who is also a dominatrix, and Melissa Cheng, 23—were also booked under the same obscenity charges as Clark. Dixon had posted on her social media account on September 29 about going to New Orleans to "defile a house of God" along with another dominatrix. A day after the incident, the Archdiocese of New Orleans, under whose dominion the church falls, announced Clark's arrest. However, neither they nor the police divulged any details of the incident and the arrests. Court filings soon revealed the details of what took place on the night. A police report stated that lights had been set up at the altar "as if they were filming some type of event.” A cop who knew Clark said he tried to call him on his phone since they did not find him at the altar when they arrived.
In addition to the phone on a tripod, they also saw a camera mounted on another tripod. When questioned by the cops the women said they had been permitted by Clark and were recording themselves in role play. When Clark arrived he said the two women were his guests and friends, the police report stated. Despite determining that the sex had been consensual, the three were arrested on charges of breaking a law that prohibits people from having sex within public view. Clark paid a bail bond of $25,000 and got out of jail. Similarly, Cheng and Dixon posted bonds of $7,500 each and were released. If convicted, they could face six months to three years in prison. Clark was ordained in 2013. Along with being the priest at the Saints Peter and Paul church, he was also named the chaplain of Pope John Paul II High School in Slidell recently.
At least they were consenting adults...— 5 Rounds Rapid (@5iveroundsrapid) October 9, 2020
Before him, the priest named who was in charge of the school was also embroiled in controversy, according to another Nola report. It was found that Reverend Pat Wattigny had abused a minor in 2013 and had sent questionable text messages to a student in February. For these charges, he was relieved from the public ministry in October. The school's principal, however, criticized Aymond for waiting so long to disclose the case and for the late suspension of Wattingey. Clark was suspended from the ministry a day after the arrest. In Clark's case, the actions were swift probably because news about it was already in the public sphere. An investigation into the matter is also ongoing with very little detail being divulged by either the police or the Archdiocese.
Fr. Pat Wattigny, former Rummel chaplain, Pope John Paul II president, added to New Orleans clergy sex abuse list | https://t.co/4FjBoxpaln— Ramon Antonio Vargas (@RVargasAdvocate) October 1, 2020
Within a few days of Clark’s arrest, Aymond went to the Saints Peter and Paul church and performed a ritual to restore the altar’s sanctity. Aymond stated in a letter to parishioners at Saints Peter and Paul church another priest named Reverend Carol Shirima would replace Clark starting October 11.