Bishop Eddie Long In Court Papers: "They Called Me Daddy"

Eddie (Down Low) Long, the soon to be proven self-loathing closet case homo Pastor of a Georgia Megachurch has always said he’d fight the sexual molestation lawsuits from his accusers  So in a court filing yesterday, he went even further and categorically denied all charges against him for the first time.

Long, though, said in the four separate documents that he often encouraged his New Birth Missionary Church members to call him “daddy” and that some even called him “grandaddy,” but that the term was a sign of respect. The bishop also said in the documents that he has long shared rooms with some of his church members, and that his parishioners often hug him. And while he admitted to giving the plaintiffs gifts, he said he often provided many members of his church with financial assistance

There were four filings in all. about 30 pages each, Long wants each complaint — from Maurice Robinson, Anthony Flagg, Jamal Parris, and Spencer LeGrande — dismissed and a judgment issued in his favor.

Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeease BITCH.  Give it up

“Daddy”?  

And when did cars, jewlery, and trips overseas count as “financial assistance”?

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