Church treasurer accused of stealing $150,000 to fuel his p.o.r.n addiction

A Pennsylvania church treasurer is accused of stealing over $150,000 from the house of worship to fuel his addiction to p3rn, according to reports.

Glenn Yothers, 56, allegedly stole the funds from Saint Paul Lutheran Church in Unity Township, claiming the money was going toward church bills and charity, WPXI reported, citing police.

But Yothers is accused of using the cash for p3rnographic websites over a four-year period ending in 2019, leaving the church on the brink of shutdown, according to court documents obtained by triblive.com.

“One of the red flags that popped up were the bills stopped being paid at the church,” said Trooper Steve Limani, according to reports.

“None of this was going to charity at all. It’s going to his own personal enjoyment and his own personal use,” Limani said.

Yothers told police he got addicted to the s3x sites.

He was charged this week with theft by deception and theft by unlawful.


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