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In 2004, he led a march with Bernice King to her father's Atlanta grave to support a national constitutional amendment to protect marriage "between one man and one woman." He also has released several gospel albums, authored books on relationships and spirituality, and hosts a weekly television program. Long canceled an interview with the Tom Joyner Morning Show Thursday, opting instead to make his first public response to the sex allegations during a service at his Atlanta-area church on Sunday, according to his lawyer, who appeared on the nationally syndicated radio show in Long's absence.
of himself including at least several of him wearing spandex and workout clothes. Attorney Craig Gillen told Joyner that Long took young men on trips as part of a mentoring program, but stands by his denial of claims that he had sex with three of them.
"Between 2009 and today's date I would say there's been limited contact and the vast majority of the contact occurred during those initial years," he said.
Gillen also said the three making the allegations were motivated by money, adding that one of them is accused of breaking into Long's office. Less than four years later, the church had grown to more than 8,000 members. Long's church was among those named in 2007 in a Senate committee's investigation into a half-dozen Christian ministries over their financing.
Richard Scorer, a specialist abuse lawyer from the firm representing four of Bishop Whitsey's alleged victims, called for an independent review into 'who failed to act when they learnt of his heinous behaviour'.
One of the alleged victims, in a statement released through law firm Slater and Gordon, said he was 'young, innocent, and naive' when the bishop abused him 'sexually and psychologically', leading to a suicide attempt.
In addition to canceling the radio show appearance, an expected Thursday news conference with Long was also called off. Athletes and entertainers claim membership at the church, which now boasts an over 25,000 strong membership, and among its prominent clergy is the Rev. Long has called for a national ban on same-sex marriage and his church counsels gay members to become straight.
In 2004, he led a march with Bernice King to her father's Atlanta grave to support a national constitutional amendment to protect marriage "between one man and one woman." He also has released several gospel albums, authored books on relationships and spirituality, and hosts a weekly television program.
Gillen said Long will speak directly about the allegations to his church congregation Sunday.