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One of the four men who accused Bishop Eddie Long of sexual misconduct was arrested this week in Florida on suspicion of being a drug dealer.Jamal Parris, 24, was driving a white 2011 BMW in Miami Beach Tuesday evening when a Florida Highway Patrol officer noticed that it had no tags.

Jamal Parris, who  once called Bishop Eddie Long a monster has now fallen into the treachery of the system.

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Sgt. Seth Dubinsky stopped the car. When he approached it, he smelled marijuana, he told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Thursday.

Dubinsky searched the car and said he found 181 grams of marijuana, which is worth about $1,000 on the street. He said he also found 50 clear plastic baggies and a Taurus semiautomatic handgun. He said Parris also was carrying $1,250 in cash.

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The gear was “indicative of a drug dealer,” Dubinsky said. Parris was arrested and jailed. He was charged with two felony counts: possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm while committing a felony. He also was charged with operating a motor vehicle with no registration, a misdemeanor. It was unclear late Thursday whether he was still in custody.

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One thought on “Accuser Who Called Bishop Eddie Long A Monster Arrested On Drug Charges

  1. It is pathetic that anyone would take any delight in hearing that Jamal Parris was arrested on drug charges. Unfortunately abuse victims often turn to drugs, alcohol and other self-destructive behaviors in an effort to drown out their pain. I am a survivor of 10 years of sexual abuse at the hands of my preacher father and an advocate for victims of abuse. I can assure you that it is very very common for victims to feel an immense amount of shame and guilt. These emotions often fuel the cycle of self-loathing and self destructive behavior. Jamal deserves our love and support now more than ever. God have mercy on anyone who uses this opportunity to trash Jamal and put him down. He is a victim who is simply trying to find his way. My heart goes out to him and I consider it an honor to stand with him. You are seeing just a glimpse of the damage that the Bishop did to this young man. Damage that no amount of money can erase. Damage which will follow Jamal for the rest of his life. Shame on Bishop Eddie Long – you will have to answer for this before God and I would not want to be in your shoes.

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