TBN Asks Court to Seal Records in Response to Blog Investigation
The Trinity Christian Center of Santa Ana, better known as Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), filed an emergency motion in Orange County Superior Court last week to prevent The Orange County Register from publishing information against the network contained in a recent court filing.
The 180-page declaration in question was filed by Brittany Koper, granddaughter of TBN founders Paul and Jan Crouch. Koper formerly served as chief financial officer, director of finance, corporate treasurer and director of human resources for TBN. She filed the declaration on May 10 in support of Joseph McVeigh, her husband's uncle, who is being accused by the network of illegally receiving a $63,000 loan from the network and accuses TBN of misappropriating over $50 million.
The declaration includes a list of allegations made "under penalty of perjury" and copies of credit card receipts and other documents...
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