COSTA MESA, Calif.
- Televangelists Paul and Jan Crouch have faced plenty of mountains
building their religious broadcast empire — among them allegations of a
homosexual tryst and a prolonged battle with the Federal Communications
Commission — but the most recent attack on the founders of Trinity
Broadcasting Network comes from their own flesh and blood.
Their granddaughter, Brittany Koper, recently filed court papers that
include allegations of $50 million in financial shenanigans at the
world's largest Christian broadcasting network. Her suit was followed by
another from a Koper in-law, who detailed opulent spending at the
network on items such as private jets, mansions in California, Tennessee
and Florida and a $100,000 mobile home for Jan Crouch's dogs.
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