In the past two months more than 1,000 pages in motions and memorandums have been filed as Trinity Broadcasting Network and televangelist Jan Crouch fight allegations by granddaughter Carra Crouch of TBN covering up her rape.
In November Carra's sister Brittany Crouch Koper and her former attorneys at law firm Davert & Loe requested that Koper's lawsuit be dismissed. The joint stipulation of dismissal used in this lawsuit may be the result of an out-of-court settlement.
Koper countersued her former attorneys and her lawsuit alleged that they were attempting to "discredit Ms. Koper and her husband, Michael Koper, who had been terminated for refusing to engage in the massive financial schemes that had been divulged to Ms. Koper upon her promotion to the head of Trinity Broadcasting's financial department."
TBN also sued Brittany and the outcome of this lawsuit has been delayed by the Kopers filing for bankruptcy.
These lawsuits followed a split in the Crouch family which surfaced in 2011. TBN Vice President Paul Crouch Jr and Brittany were removed from their positions following a dispute involving TBN's board of directors which included Paul's brother Matthew and parents Paul and Jan Crouch.
Carra sued TBN, her grandmother Jan and TBN attorney John Casoria alleging that they failed to report her rape to the police. Carra alleges that the California's Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act required Jan to report this crime.
SOURCE: Christian Post