Ex-Priest Pleads Guilty After Filming Threesome on Church Altar

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Priests aren’t ever supposed to be with one woman, let alone two. So you could say that former Catholic priest Travis Clark of New Orleans is doubly guilty after being fired for filming a threesome with two dominatrices on his church’s altar.

Clark, 39, admitted as much after he pleaded to a felony obscenity charge. His lewd behavior resulted in a three-year suspended prison sentence for engaging in the unholy trinity, as well as three years of supervised probation and a $1,000 fine.

The incident took place in September 2020 inside the Saints Peter and Paul Church in Pearl River, La., when a passerby saw that the lights were on inside the church. So the passerby looked in the windows and witnessed the scene of Clark and two women on the alter. Only they weren’t exactly praying.

Ex-Priest Pleads Guilty After Filming Threesome on Church Altar

“Police officers who were called to the church discovered a tripod-mounted camera that had been recording the sick romp,” the New York Post reported. “Sex toys and stage lighting were also found at the scene.”

Officers determined that the entire thing was in fact consensual. But they still arrested Clark and the two women, given that their little act could be viewed by the public. Clearly, since it was an everyday passerby who discovered the trio.

The two women, identified as Mindy Dixon and Melissa Cheng, received probation on misdemeanor counts of institutional vandalism.

For the record, the alter has since been burned, the Post added. And Clark paid eight grand to the church for restitution. No word on his next move, but hopefully for everyone’s sake, it doesn’t involve an alter and a tripod.

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