The Plain Truth About Worldwide Jets, Jewelry, Gifts, Clothes, And Cars

Now in their 20s, their lawsuits claim that when Long showered them with "cars, clothes, jewelry and electronics," flew them across the world in private jets and booked them into luxury hotels, all the while pushing them into a sexual relationship.
"The allegations are that sexual things started to happen at 17 and 18 years old," their attorney said. Even though 17 is above the age of consent in Georgia, they claim that the pastor violated his "fiduciary duty as [their] spiritual advisor" and demand a trial by jury. 
Long's attorney, Craig Gillen, countered the men's claims, writing in a statement that  "Long adamantly denies the allegations."  Robinson v. Long

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