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London priest stole from parishioners and collection plate

Andrew Sloane was vicar of St. Pauls, Knightbridge in London (and former Rector of St Paul’s, K Street in Washington, DC) when he managed to convince several parishioners to “loan” him thousands of pounds, and then stole another four thousand pounds from collection money. He then used the money to pay for male prostitutes.

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Priest arrested for DUI

Officers allegedly found the open container of Absolut on the center console, as well as vodka inside a water bottle, 31 Lorazepam pills prescribed in someone else’s name, and 22 packets of Tramadol, a high-potency pain killer. Cops also said she failed a field sobriety test.

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