If it ain’t one thing it’s the NEXT. And it doesn’t matter how much money you have, or what your class or status quo may be, life happens to us all . John Gray has been catching hell on wheels lately. He’s been slapped with an eviction ( that most likely won’t take place, but still…).
Additionally, the church’s former COO is filing a lawsuit against him and the church, claiming Pastor Gray owes him $75000 in earned income. He can’t seem to catch a break.
Travis Hayes was the church’s financial officer for 20 years, dating back from when the church was ran by Ron and Hope Carpenter. He remained in his position even once the Carpenters relocated to California. He then became the CFO for Relentless and was even promoted to COO back in April 2019 by John Gray, as well as reassigned to be the director of special projects and that Gray explained that his pay would remain the same.
However, Gray is being sued because he allegedly refuses to pay the former COO( Travis Hayes) of Relentless wages earned before he was wrongfully fired on Dec. 4.
He claims that Relentless sent him a letter saying he was fired on Dec. 4 for violating Relentless’ confidentiality policy. However, Hayes said he doesn’t have a clue what sort of policy violation Relentless was referring to and he explained that he was separated from employment without cause and is entitled to his pay.
On top of all that, according to the Greenville Online, a hearing has been set for January 31 to settle the dispute between Relentless Church ( pastored by John Gray) and Redemption Church ( property owner). The renters claim the pastor owes back due rent.
It was reported on Thursday, according to The Greenville, that John Gray’s reality TV show on OWN network is suffering behind the madness and is being cancelled, with no proposed dates to re-air. Meanwhile, the Relentless Church bought him a $1.8 million home. He also taked about an “emotional affair” he had with anther woman on national T.V. Not to mention he’s been dragged for associating himself with Donald Trump, according to NewsOne. Damn, is John Gray really the ‘Minister of Messy’?