TV evangelist sued over morality clause
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If anyone should be able to keep from violating a morality clause in a contract, you’d think a TV evangelist could. But a Lake Mary book publisher is suing faith healer Benny Hinn for violating the clause by having an “inappropriate relationship” with fellow TV evangelist Paula White, OrlandoSentinel.com reports.
The National Enquirer published photos of them in Rome, holding hands, while Hinn was undergoing a divorce, causing Hinn to use the squishy “inappropriate relationship” term.
Strang Communications wants back $250,000 of its $300,000 advance to Hinn for Blood in the Sand. It also says he didn’t live up to contractual obligations to promote the book.