A MARRIED priest held with a firm exposed man in his automobile insists he did “nothing wrong” – and claims he was “just doing some counselling”.
Grandad George Gregory, 61, of Munhall, Pennsylvania, told police he was “just playing” with the man, who was found tied up with nylon rope.
Officers arrived at the stage in Beechland Street, Homestead around 11.30pm on Friday to find Gregory in the backseat and the exposed man in the front seat.
According to a rapist censure obtained by KDKA, when the officers asked Gregory what was going on, the priest replied that they were “just playing” and combined that he and the other man “meet from time to time to play with any other”.
The calm exposed man reliable to the officers that the confront was consensual.
When confronted by a contributor from KDKA at his home the following day, however, Gregory denied ever having that review with police and offering a opposite chronicle of events.
He said: “I have zero to hide, we did zero wrong.”
Gregory, who is the priest at the Waterfront Christian Community Church in West Homestead, claimed that police were summoned since someone had suspicion there was a medical emergency.
He added: “I was counselling a immature man with a drug problem. It did spin strange, but it wasn’t my doing, OK? And we was austere that I’m not participating in that way.”
Gregory pronounced he and his wife have been trying to help the unnamed man with his piece abuse problem for a few years.
He said: “I won’t repudiate that he began to take his garments off and propositioned me, but we will deny, on a smoke-stack of Bibles with God as my witness, that we did nothing.”
Gregory serve combined that he was dressed when inside the automobile and argued that there was no reason for police to charge him with licentious behaviour.
The priest and the other man will be receiving their summonses in the mail.
According to his autobiography on the Waterfront Christian Community Church’s website, Gregory motionless to turn a reverend at 25 and attended the Johnson Bible College in Tennessee.
Gregory and his wife have been married for scarcely 35 years and have a grown son and daughter, as good as grandchildren.
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