We now have a follow-up to one of the more bizarre stories of 2020.

According to WWLTV, the Northshore priest who was accused of having sex with two dominatrices on the alter of a Pearl River church has formally been charged by The St. Tammany Parish District Attorney's Office.

37-year-old Travis Clark is a former pastor of Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church. Last fall, Clark was caught videotaping himself having sex with two women on top of the church altar.

A felony charge of "institutional vandalism" was handed down by the D.A. on Thursday—not only for Clark but for both women too.

The three are accused of “knowingly vandalizing, defacing, or otherwise damaging property and causing damage valued at over $500 and under $50,000

An attorney representing the two women believes his clients are being attacked from a moral angle.

It is clear the State went out of its way to contort the facts of this case in order to fit their own narrative. Once again, they have overstepped their bounds at this nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt to regulate the morality of private individuals. Just because you don't like something, doesn't make it criminal. My clients look forward to their day in court as we continue to fight this baseless allegation.

The altar was burned not long after being desecrated by Clark, and a new altar was consecrated by Archbishop Gregory Aymond.

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