Melissa Cheng is accused of having sex with Rev. Travis Clark in Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Pearl River, Louisiana.
Furthermore, Mindy Dixon and Melissa were arrested for allegedly engaging in intercourse with a reverend inside a church on September 30.
Melissa Cheng was born on May 31, 1992, and now she is 28 years old and was arrested by the Pearl River Police Department.
The Times-Picayune reported in October 2020, Melissa and Mindy were engaging in sex acts that involved “plastic sex toys” and the priest being dressed “partially” in his clergy attire.
The three were caught by an onlooker who walked toward the church, and the sex act was being recorded by a cell phone that was mounted on a tripod.
According to the report, Cops arrested Clark, along with his two altar servers, 41-year-old Mindy Dixon and 23-year-old Melissa Cheng, and booked them on obscenity charges.
Nola.com reported, Melissa Cheng posted about the sex act on social media the day before it occurred. On October 11th, Rev Carol Shirima replaced Clark, then he’s now released from jail on a $25,000 bond. Cheng and Dixon posted bonds of $7,500.
Besides this, all three could face six months to three years in prison if convicted of obscenity.
Melissa Cheng describes herself as a sensual yet sadistic woman with many deviant desires and she writes that her fetish is “your total surrender, submission, and sacrifice.”
Later, she wrote “You will find Me to be artistic, intelligent, articulate, well-read, funny, friendly (though I love to play the cruel bitch Mistress “, creative and outspoken.”
Melissa is proficient in a range of BDSM practices and that “enjoys all sorts of fetishes.” Cheng believes that “BDSM is 85% mental, 15% physical.” Also, in her description writes “quite skilled” at martial arts and was taught at home.
He is 37 years old priest at Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Pearl River, Louisiana. In 2013, he was ordained and working at the church since 2019 and recently had been named chaplain of Pope John Paul II High School.
Gregory Aymond, the archbishop of the New Orleans archdiocese visited the church after the incident and perform a ritual to restore the sanctity of the altar, which is the most sacred of church spaces.
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Last Update: October 15, 2020.