Joyce Meyer, televangelist, is being sued by an insurance company in regards to a wrongful death suit involving a former bodyguard.
Saint Louis Today online reports:
” An insurance company is asking a federal judge to free it from paying televangelist Joyce Meyer’s legal bills in the Christopher Coleman wrongful death lawsuit.
Now, the ministry’s insurance provider, Virginia-based Essex Insurance Co., says it isn’t required to defend the suit because of policy exclusions and changes related to battery and bodily injury. The insurance company filed a motion for declaratory judgment on Monday in U.S. District Court in St. Louis. ”
The Business Review online claims that Meyer’s upcoming ministry in Albany, New York will cost the local economy $750 thousand.