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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……Well, Paula get you some boxes because you got to get your sh*t and go. Seems Roy Brown’s third wife did everything, but take care of her business in the event her husband would die. The widow of Pilgrim Assemblies International, Inc. founder Archbishop Roy E. Brown is being evicted by the church her husband led for decades and her family claims she could become “homeless.”
Obnoxious Media is getting reports that Paula signed documents agreeing to move out of the house in the event Roy Brown died. It seems as ill as he was for the number of years that he was down Paula would have willed him into an attorney’s office to be sure she was taken care of but that does not seems to be the case. Sources close to Paula say she gave back a check for $25,000 dollars that was given to her by Bishop Bernard Jordan. The word is that Roy Brown wanted to give the excact amount to Jordan last year when he was consecrated an Arch Bishop, But had no idea how he would pay the pledge. Paula is said to have given the check back to honor Roy Brown’s pledge. Although, Roy Brown and and Bernard Jordan had a strained relationship at best.
“Please take notice, that the Owner and Landlord, Pilgrim Baptist Church, INC., is entitled to immediate possession of the premises known as and located at 1721 Ditmas Avenue, Brooklyn, New York (the ‘Premises’) based on the fact that the person who had a license to live on the Premises, Roy E. Brown, died and such license expired upon his death,” the notice, dated Aug. 15, said.
“Any and all license, if any, given to Paula Scarlett-Brown to occupy the premises by Roy E. Brown, the deceased holder of the license, has expired and terminated by virtue of death of Roy E. Brown. Your occupancy of the premises is without the permission of the Landlord,” it continued, requesting the widow and all others living on the property to vacate the premises by Aug. 26 or face further action.
The widow’s niece, Tonya Joy Bolton, who posted a copy of the eviction notice, asked for prayers on Friday and worried she could be “made homeless.”
“What House of GOD, What decent human being would seek to remove the FIRST LADY and WIDOW of their Founding father from her home of 22 years and put her OUT ON THE STREET in the next 10 days? Their absence of God’s Love grieves my heart but comes as no surprise as I have witnessed it with my own eyes…. Shame on you Pilgrim_Church. May the Judgement of God be upon you ALL!!!”
Monte Malik Chandler, the church’s attorney, told Reporters in an interview Monday that the church has provided both Brown as well as his widow with significant assistance.
“The church recognizes wholeheartedly their duty to widows and orphans, recognizes their duty to do justice to love mercy and walk humbly with their God but they also need to balance that with the notion of being good stewards of their time, their treasure and their talents. And I think at the end of the day, the reality of the circumstances are that the church has been extremely magnanimous and kind to both Bishop Roy Brown and deservingly so and they also have been extremely kind to his wife,” Chandler said.
“She’s not the only widow in our church. She’s not the only widow that’s in need of assistance in ministry. And I would tell you that the church was proactive in financing a $100,000 life insurance policy for Paula. She was the primary and only beneficiary, so when Bishop Roy Brown died on June 2, weeks later she got a check for $100,000 courtesy of the church’s proactive nature of financing and paying for a life-insurance policy,” Chandler said.
He further explained that Scarlett-Brown has been aware for some time that she would have to leave.
“This circumstance was not a shock or a surprise at all. So I will leave it at that,” Chandler said.
Now Paula should get all her stuff moved out and walk through the house with lighter fluid and strike a match and burn it down to the ground then allow them to mistreat her for their selfish gain. so should everyone be up in arms for church business Rolling on even after she was paid $100,000 dollars? Perhaps this is not personal and just business!