Louisiana priest, two dominatrices charged with vandalism after altar threesome

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A former Louisiana priest and two dominatrices were slapped with vandalism charges for having sex atop a church altar in September of last year, a report said.

Travis Clark, 37, and the two women were initially charged by police with obscenity following the alleged tryst last September inside Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Pearl River.

But the St. Tammany Parish District Attorney’s Office on Friday announced lesser charges for the unholy trinity, who were busted after a passerby saw them through a church window and reported them to police, according to court records obtained by the news publication.

The two dominatrices — Mindy Dixon, 41, and 28-year-old Melissa Cheng — were wearing corsets and high heels during the threesome, which was being recorded, according to the court documents.

Sex toys and stage lights were recovered at the scene by police, along with recording devices.

An attorney for Dixon and Cheng told NOLA.com that state prosecutors “overstepped their bounds” by bringing charges against them.

“It is clear the state went out of its way to contort the facts of this case in order to fit their own narrative,” Attorney Bradley Phillips said.

“This [is] nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt to regulate the morality of private individuals. Just because you don’t like something, doesn’t make it criminal. My clients look forward to their day in court as we continue to fight this baseless allegation,” he added.

The women told cops at the time that they were at the church to film “roleplay” with the priest. Cops determined everything that went on that night was consensual, but initially arrested the trio on the obscenity charges because they were in view of the public.

Clark was removed from the church the day after his arrest, the report said.

The church’s altar was burned and a new one was consecrated last October.