From the outside, the United Fellowship Center in Tennessee seemed like a normal church
It was next to a Catholic school and had a strict dress code for its members — banning clothing items like baseball caps and saggy pants.
Larry Roberts, the owner's attorney, told the Tennessean:
“It's a place where people can meet and enjoy fellowship.”
The church opened in 2015 in the same location where a swingers club, called The Social Club, had attempted to set up shop.
The swingers club was blocked by state lawmakers but was soon incorporated as a church claiming
“There is no sexual activity that will go on there. I assume if someone meets there and wants to do something of a sexual nature, they'll go to a hotel or a motel or go home.”
But now, the “church” has been caught in a lie.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Alfred Woods, The Social Club's owner, and his family have in fact been using the building to host parties involving sex.
The “church” was busted in March when undercover state officials attended a party and discovered 12 rooms that were furnished with “chaise lounges and flat beds” for sex, reported the Houston Chronicle.