One of the four men who’ve accused a Georgia mega-church pastor of coercing them into sex called the man at the center of the controversy a “predator” and a “monster.”Jamal Parris, 23, told WAGA-TV in Atlanta that Bishop Eddie Long, leader of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, swept into his life and used him for sex and moved on to younger prey.

“I cannot get the sound of his voice out of my head, and I cannot forget the smell of his cologne, and I cannot forget the way he made me cry when I drove in his car on the way home, not able to take enough showers to get the smell of that man off my body,” Parris said in the Tuesday broadcast.

When Parris was 17, he said, Long would take him “alone to the guesthouse” and “encourage him to call him daddy,” according to his lawsuit.

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