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Pastor whose church preaches against gay sex accused of soliciting another man

Pastor whose church preaches against gay sex accused of soliciting another man
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SEYMOUR, Ind. — The pastor of a southern Indiana church that preaches that homosexuality is a sin, has been accused of soliciting sex with a man who was parked at a nearby lake.

Gaylard Williams
Gaylard Williams

Gaylard Williams, 59, pastor at the Praise Cathedral Church of God in Seymour, Ind., appeared in Jackson County Superior Court on a charge of battery.

According to court documents, the victim told police that Williams approached his vehicle on Dec. 12 while he was parked at Cypress Lake.

He said that when he rolled down his window, Williams grabbed and squeezed his genitals, and then requested that he perform oral sex, reports WLKY-TV.

The man told Williams he was “barking up the wrong tree” and acted like he was reaching for a gun.

Police said Williams took off but that the victim was able to obtain his license plate number. When police later caught up with Williams, they found gay pornography in his car.

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