Thursday, 25 July 2019

American prophetess says she felt sexually violated after a pastor entered her hotel room, saw her underwear without her consent

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Popular American gospel singer and prophetess, Juanita Bynum, has said she felt naked and sexually violated after Pastor John Moore allegedly entered her hotel room and saw her underwear without her permission.

Bynum made the allegation in a Facebook live video while explaining to her fans why she refused to speak at The Experience Church in Chesapeake, Virginia.

She said she refused to perform because John Moore, who was hosting her at the conference, entered her hotel room uninvited and saw her undies.

In the video Bynum said though she was not in the room at the time Moore entered, she felt naked and sexually violated because he "saw her under garments laid out on her bed."

“The fact that I’m getting ready to go and stand in somebody’s pulpit who’s seen my underwear, I’m sorry people, I just felt naked and I still do and just felt so violated,'  Bynum said in the video.

"...It’s like I’m standing up there preaching knowing that you know what I have on underneath my dress. I don’t know, maybe we’re living in this modern day of Christendom, maybe the millennials are on some kinda drugs but where I come from, and the way I was raised, that’s just too private,” she said.

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The flyer for the conference where Juanita Bynum canceled her appearance.
The prophetess said she was informed of the pastor's alleged invasion of privacy by her assistant.

“I said to my assistant ‘what do you mean he’s been in my room? …you mean like been in my room and saw all my underwear?’ And she said ‘Yes ma’am.’ And I said ‘well, how do you know that?’ And she said because the secretary called upstairs,” Bynum said.

“They (assistants) always come into my hotel rooms before me. They pray before I come in. They cover furniture with white sheets. That’s just me because I don’t like to contend with a lot of stuff and people sitting on the furniture, having sex on the furniture and that’s just the sensitivity that I have. So they cover the chairs and the white sheets and they pray in the room and prepare the room for me,” she said.

“And somewhere on the bureau, this is so embarrassing, they would have on the bed, I travel with a blanket that says ‘be still and know that I am God.’ And they put that blanket on the bed, and my pajamas are laid down on the bed. And then on top of the bureau is all of my underwear,” she continued. “My panties, my stockings, my bra, whatever else I put on, is laid out on the bureau for when I get ready to minister. At that point I was told that the pastor had entered my room without me being aware that he had been in my room.”

Bynum, however, did not think it was acceptable for the hotel to allow that to happen.

“I’m leaving Virginia heartbroken that I wasn’t able to deliver the word that God gave me to deliver,” she said.

“And I’m not going to not deal with the Hilton on this either. Just because a person put a credit card to pay for your room doesn’t give them right to have access to your life, into your privacy, into your personals, compromise your personal life behind your garments,” she added.

Watch the video below.

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