There was a fifth accuser in the "Bishop" Eddie Long sexual misconduct case, reports FOX Atlanta.
Centino Kemp never filed a lawsuit and his name was withheld from the public. The 22-year-old Atlanta man apparently came forward with more allegations of sexual misconduct after the initial four cases were filed against the disgraced anti-gay mega-church pastor.
One source says Centino Kemp, who was raised in the Bahamas, met Bishop Eddie Long years ago during a visit to New Birth Missionary Baptist Church while he was a teenage student in a Florida college. The relationship meant enough for him to tattoo Eddie Long's name on his wrist, followed by the words, “Never a Mistake, Always a Lesson.” He didn't know the other young men and never filed suit, but our sources say he was part of the settlement in the Bishop Long case.
The four young men—Maurice Robinson, Jamal Parris, Anthony Flagg and Spencer LeGrande—filed sexual coercion lawsuits against Long and New Birth last fall. Long is accused of using church funds to give the four men cash, gifts and cars. The sexual relationships reportedly began when each of the plaintiffs were around 16 years old. Read the complaints HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.
A judge dismissed the lawsuits on May 27, one day after both sides announced they'd agreed to a settlement. The parties agreed not to disclose the dollar amount or any details.
Last fall, R20 had advance knowledge of one of the Eddie Long lawsuits. At that time, our sources indicated there were at least six accusers.
FOX Atlanta tracked down Kemp to an Atlanta recording studio where he has been renting "countless $100 an hour sessions" and was chauffeured in a limousine. Watch their report WHEN YOU JUMP ...