Sea Girt Beach House Used as Ex-Cardinal’s “Sex House” Lawsuit Claims


SEA GIRT, NJ – The Sea Girt home of now-disgraced ex-Catholic Church Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was used as a sex house as part of a sex ring, according to a lawsuit filed by one of his alleged victims.  According to a court filing, the 14-year-old victim claimed he was sexually assaulted on multiple occasions back in 1982 by the McCarrick.

Other priests, along with McCarrick worked as part of a crew that procured young boys for McCarrick, who was then a bishop at the time.  The lawsuit alleges McCarrick would assign beach house sleeping arrangements from boys, seminaries and clerics present.

The lawsuit was filed in court on Tuesday against the Diocese of Metuchen and the Archdiocese of Newark. McCarrick, 90, was fired by Pope Francis after the Catholic Church conducted its own investigation and declared he abused children while wearing the robe for the church.

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