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NYC woman, 68, was ‘beaten and raped inside a Catholic CHURCH by a homeless man’


NYC woman, 68, was ‘beaten and raped inside a Catholic CHURCH by a homeless man who has at least 30 prior arrests dating back to 1980s’ before being saved by ‘hero’ priest

  •  A 68-year-old woman filed a lawsuit against the Our Lady of Lourdes Church, in Manhattan, and the New York Archdiocese over a 2019 rape case
  • The victim said the authorities failed to set up proper security at the church despite the presence of career criminal Craig Ellis, 55 
  • Ellis, who has 30 arrest on file, had allegedly flashed older women at the church before he beat and raped the 68-year-old victim on January 30, 2019 
  • The assault ended when Rev. Gilberto Angel-Neri intervened, causing Ellis to flee the scene, where he was arrested two hours later
  • Ellis’ record goes back to 1986 and includes a slew of charges for assaults, public lewdness, forcible touching, and larceny



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