Over the weekend, Eddie Long — the anti-gay Atlanta megachurch leader accused by four men of using his position to seduce them into homosexual relationships — compared himself to David fighting Goliath, and noted that he has yet to cast any stones at his accusers. Three days later, one of Long's accusers has come forward in the press — and the story he's telling doesn't make him sound too much like Goliath.
A reporter for WAGA — the Fox affiliate in Atlanta — tracked down Jamal Parris, Long's former personal assistant, outside a grocery store in Colorado. When the reporter questioned him about his experiences working for Long, Parris didn't hold back. He called Long a "monster" who "used Holy Scripture to justify and support the sexual activity."Read More »from Eddie Long accuser: He’s a ‘monster’