Lawsuit alleges ‘prosperity gospel’ televangelists engaged in fraud

The Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), founded by Paul Crouch Sr. and his wife, Jan, has been  hit with a lawsuit alleging millions of dollars in fraud. The suit claims that TBN bought mansions, a luxury jet, and even a $100,000 motor home for Jan Crouch’s dogs. It was filed by Brittany Koper, Crouch’s granddaughter, who says she was fired for blowing the whistle. Read:

Suit alleges financial fraud at TBN ministry, on LATimes.com.

Lawsuits bring scrutiny to Trinity Broadcasting, on ABCNews.go.com.

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  1. macbethpissed says:

    My ex-husband was a follower of prosperity ministries; especially Kenneth Copeland. When my ex met me he thought I was his reward for successful sowing of his seed..and that he was reaping his prosperity. I had no idea..I thought the loved me..But once he realized that I needed him to protect and provide for a family;it appeared to be against his version of his prosperity.

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