A young San Diego woman is suing her former pastor, alleging he duped her into having sex in the guise of “sexual healing” therapy, while he alleges in his own lawsuit that she made private, graphic communications between them public as revenge when he ended their consensual relationship.
The two lawsuits were filed Jan. 16 in San Diego Superior Court, with both acknowledging their sexual relationship lasted about a year, from the fall of 2016 until October 2017.
Amy McClanahan and John Wright filed their separate suits anonymously, using only their initials as plaintiffs, but they each gave the other’s full name as defendants . . .
Her lawsuit alleges sexual battery, rape, gender violence and sexual harassment, as well as negligent supervision of Wright, who was then a pastor of the English-language congregation at Mid-City Church of the Nazarene, which is also named in the lawsuit. (Read more from “Pastor Accused in ‘Sexual Healing’ Lawsuit” HERE)