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Woman arrested and charged after disrupting “robbed” Brooklyn NY pastor church service

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A Brooklyn, New York woman has been arrested after she was “sent” to disrupt Bishop Lamor Whitehead’s church service Sunday and another woman who recorded it all remains at large.

Many of you may remember Bishop Whitehead; he is famously known for being robbed of more than $1 million of jewelry during a church service last month. Many on social media believed the robbery was staged, but Bishop Whitehead said the robbery was not staged.

On Sunday, two women Bishop Whitehead believed were sent by two bloggers he is currently suing for $20 million each filmed themselves outside of his church minutes before entering and causing a disruption. Bishop Whitehead said the woman he had to physically remove, seen on a now-viral video, was walking toward his wife and 10-month-old child in a threatening way. However, it’s unclear from the video where the woman was walking when Bishop Whitehead grabbed her.


Bishop Whitehead was initially arrested minutes after the altercation but was later released due to police justifying that he had every right to remove the woman from the property.

However, the woman Bishop Whitehead removed from his congregation was arrested and charged with trespassing and disrupting a religious service. The other lady who was with her and was filming remains at large, according to Bishop Whitehead.

The woman charged has been identified as 47-year-old Tarsha Howard.

I’m going to protect my family, Bishop Whitehead said in the Facebook livestream hours after the incident. No one is going to come at my family, and no one is going to hurt my family ever again.The media has painted a picture of me being a villain, which I’m not, Bishop Whitehead continued.

He claimed that the two women were “sent by some bloggers” who he declined to name “because they’re nobodies.”

Whitehead recently filed twin $20 million lawsuits against a YouTuber named Jives, who has more than 80,000 subscribers, and another online personality, Larry Reid.


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