Attention Seeker? Pastor Who Accused Whole Foods Of Gay Slur On A Cake Drops Lawsuit & Admits It Was All A HOAX
[img]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-dPk8kerqaI0/Vzq9DqoARJI/AAAAAAACdc0/jrwmWDYkjokQgDb4ov_B-ggN0YioUss7gCLcB/s400/GAY.jpeg" width="400">Openly gay pastor Jordan Brown of Austin, Texas, claimed he ordered icing on a Whole Foods cake to read 'Love Wins', that instead read 'Love Wins F**'.
He filmed a video of the cake after he received it from the store, which showed the slur and appeared to show that the seal on the box had not been broken.
Whole Foods later released their own video of surveillance footage from inside the store that showed the sticker on the box had been moved after Brown left the store. They then filed a counter lawsuit against the pastor for $100,000.
But the openly gay founder of the Church of Open Doors withdrew his lawsuit Monday and apologized to the supermarket chain for 'perpetrating a hoax', according to ABC KVUE.
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