Sexual Abuse

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A billboard in Atlanta featuring Bishop Eddie Long and the words, “Love Like Him, Live Like Him, Lead Like Him” is causing controversy. The billboard, located on University Avenue near the I75/I85 connector, has been there since around April of this year.

Standing in the doorway of his Charlotte home, Spencer LeGrande told Channel 2 Action that he doesn’t harbor any hate, but that Bishop Eddie Long knows what really happened.

One of the men filing suit against Bishop Eddie Long has broken his silence. In an interview with Fox 5 Atlanta, Jamal Parris said Eddie Long “turned his back on us when he had no more need for us. That’s not a father, that’s a predator.”

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Standing before thousands of supportive congregants Sunday, embattled Bishop Eddie Long vowed to “vigorously” defend himself against the accusations of four young men who claim he coerced them into sex. “This thing I’m gonna fight,” he said.

A fourth young man alleges he had sexual relations with Bishop Eddie Long when he was a teenager. Spencer LeGrande, named in a civil lawsuit filed Friday, claims he was 17 the first time the two had a sexual relationship while vacationing in Nairobi, Kenya.

This video, which doesn’t have a creation date was posted on YouTube yesterday. Maurice Murray Robinson, and Anthony Flagg, the accusers of Bishop Eddie Long, repeatedly drop the “N” bomb, talk about drugs and girls and making it rain, all while tossing $5 bills into the air.