If you have not read my previous post on Dean Curry, please do so.
The News Tribune reports that Dean Curry, the former pastor of Life Center Assembly of God in Tacoma, Washington, is facing new allegations of sexual misconduct. Additionally the News Tribune story says that a former church board member, Julee Dilley, has filed formal complaints against Curry with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the state Human Rights Commission.
Dilly’s complaint details three incidents involving three female church members:
- An ongoing relationship with a married church member that turned physical.
- An incident involving another married church member being visited by Curry late at night, discovered by the woman’s husband.
- A female administrative employee who spoke of uncomfortable conversations with Curry that included comments on her appearance and discussions of his intimate relations with his wife.
Curry, of course, indignantly and with all the self-righteousness of Jesus cleansing the temple, denies these recent allegations. Curry stated:
More outrageous false accusations. Saddened to see some are opportunistically trying to hinder the forward work of the ministry. I categorically deny all of it.
One, two, three, six. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.