Va. Church Member on Married Father of Five and Alleged Child Rapist Pastor G.: ‘My Mother, My Aunt and I Have All Had Sex With Him.’ 14

For sexual gratification and variety, pastor Geronimo Aguilar, a.k.a. Pastor G., found no better hunting ground than the megachurch he founded in Richmond, Virginia, a decade ago.

And that’s saying something: the good reverend apparently got plenty of extramarital nookie in his previous state, Texas, too. It emerged last month that his “conquests” in Texas included prepubescent girls.

Since he was extradited from Virginia to the Lone Star State in May — felony charges against him include the aggravated sexual assault of two sisters under age 14 — other bedmates have come forward. Voluntary sex partners of the man of god and father of five include Richmond-area church member Amber Baker, whose extended family appears especially adept at, let’s say, snake handling.

Pastor G and his beloved wife

Pastor G and his beloved wife

Baker told 8News that she had sex with the founding pastor when she was a teenager. Baker, who started attending the church when she was five, claims that one night when Pastor G’s wife was out of town, he took her, two other young women and her 16-year-old sister to a timeshare.

“He brought us alcohol, we got drunk and the rest is history,” said Baker. “I had just turned 18. We had sex.” Although there was no earthly crime involved here, Baker insists that, “It was wrong. Just because it is not illegal doesn’t mean it is not wrong and he was my pastor … I moved to Richmond to serve God.”

She claims Pastor G also had sex with other members of her family. “My mother, my aunt and myself have all been involved with him sexually.”

Because Pastor G., if he’s found guilty in Texas, might spend the rest of his life behind bars, the church will have several positions to fill, especially as three of the four remaining spiritual shepherds at Aguilar’s Richmond Outreach Center (ROC) were forced out this week.

In addition to Aguilar,

Executive pastor Jason Helmlinger, a former police officer, was also arrested and charged with a misdemeanor last month for allegedly threatening former ROC church pastor, Allen Caldwell, who was assisting with their investigation of the ROC church’s founding pastor.

Helmlinger reportedly made a “threatening and obscene” phone call to Caldwell after he told 8News that he witnessed allegedly “inappropriate behavior between Pastor G and some church wives.”

“Helmlinger called him and yelled profanities and threatened to do bodily harm to Caldwell, who called police to report the incident,” notes 8News.

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It’s unclear why the other pastors had to resign, but keep an eye on this space, as more heart-tugging examples of godliness and exemplary behavior are sure to follow.

Meanwhile, swaths of the pastor’s loving Virginia flock continue to support the self-confessed serial adulterer and alleged child rapist, on the assumption that whatever their beloved Pastor G did wrong, the devil made him do it.

Wrote one fan on the church’s Facebook page:

“Thanks Pastor G for all the love u shared to all of us on Saturday evenings & always keeping it real. The devil can fight all he wants but he can’t take away all the good u brought to The ROC for the past 12 years!!!”

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It’s beginning to look as if American megachurches attract a certain kind of pastor — megalomaniac risktakers looking for thrills. Maybe, after a while, these people consider themselves “too big to fail.”

Geronimo Aguilar might be an example, and so is Moral Compass’ patron saint Ted Haggard.

And let’s not forget Jack Schaap, who was recently put away for 12 years for a series of sexual improprieties with a teenager, which didn’t even include his astonishing act of habitually polishing the shaft in front of thousand of churchgoers, kids included.

Schaap’s superchurch, First Baptist, was a magnet for scandal even before he began climbing the pulpit. His predecessor father-in-law, Jack Hyles, was just as bad. Read this exposé in Chicago Magazine. It’s an amazing story of sexual nastiness and violence associated with First Baptist: from adultery and physical abuse to child rape, from stalking and alleged torture to child murder (yes, really).

God has some strange reps.

[images via Christian Post]

14 thoughts on “Va. Church Member on Married Father of Five and Alleged Child Rapist Pastor G.: ‘My Mother, My Aunt and I Have All Had Sex With Him.’

  1. Reply Robyn Jun 7, 2013 11:58 pm

    ‘Cause nothing says Jesus better than a punch of gang member “Pastors” Do none of these little sheep followers ever really look at the people that are telling them what to think? Beyond the designer clothes that both the “Reverend genitals” and his only in it for the money wife have on. I can never figure out why people never question where their hard earned money goes. This is one of the things that stuns me the most.

  2. Reply Robyrt Jun 8, 2013 2:25 am

    Do we really want these sheople awakening? I’m thinking lately that it’s simply better to be in control of them than change them. Obviously they will believe and accept anything you tell them, let’s use this to our advantage as the pastors do.

  3. Reply copypasta Jun 8, 2013 3:15 am

    If only God was allowed in churches this kind of thing wouldn’t happen.

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  5. Reply jo Jun 8, 2013 2:50 pm

    I only disagree with one statement in this article – the last one. These predators do not represent God.

  6. Reply JamesR Jun 8, 2013 4:50 pm

    Yes, they do represent God. Rape and adultery is practically a requirement for biblical patriarchs. Have you ever read the bible? These men are following a time honored tradition. A horrible, horrible tradition.

  7. Reply Atheistcongress Jun 15, 2013 3:25 am

    James R hit it right on the head. God is a tool created by people to sway the thoughts of people. When it doesn’t work, people created Satan to take the blame and convince those foolish enough to believe the fairy tale that those of us who have enough rational though about us are “possessed of Satan”

  8. Reply Deborah Macaoidh Selim Jun 15, 2013 8:46 am

    You know Jack Schaap was Geronimo’s pastor who trained him, right? G was sent to Schaap by Pastor Phil Aguilar, his father and also cult leader, who was trained by Jack Hyles. They are all perverts and remind me of a secret sex ring.

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  12. Reply believer Aug 9, 2013 9:43 pm

    These pastors should be preaching in satan church not in gods.thou should not commit adultery.have u read the bible lately.?

  13. Reply Ruby Dec 24, 2013 11:58 am

    Hey believer, King David wanted Bathsheba, a married woman. Thou shalt not commit adultery, yet when gawd confronted David he told him all he had to do was prey for women and he would have received orgies. I mean to kill Bathsheba’s hubby was a political crime that gawd couldn’t stand. Have you read your bible?

  14. Reply Steve Feb 23, 2014 1:46 am

    Their use of “pastor” says it all. The word means “shepherd”, which says that they regard their followers as sheep. You know what sheep are for: to be fleeced or slaughtered to enrich the shepherd.

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