Catholic Priest Charged With Stealing Church Money to Pay for Grindr Dates


A Pennsylvania priest could be looking at some serious prison time after he took almost $100,000 in parish funds for ...uh...personal use.

Reverend Monsignor Joseph McLoone was arrested last week and charged with multiple counts of felony theft for stealing the money, some of which he used to pay men he met on the dating app Grindr.

Authorities say McLoone kept the cash in a secret checking account from 2011 to 2018, stealing a total of $98,405.

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia says they are disturbed by the charges and they're working with law enforcement and will share updates with the parishioners as they come.


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