In late 2013, Sisterhood reality star Domonique Scott was arrested for several charges relating to fraud. Among them forgery, and three counts of giving false statements. Scott is also accused of making false balance sheets and income statements.
To clear the air Scott tells her side of the story to Path MEGAzine’s Kris Patrick. Speaking for the first time about the charges she’s accused of.
“I’m Just waiting for my day in court,” Scott confidently tells PATH.
If convicted she faces 25 years in prison and a $400,000 fine. Scott says that she’s confident that she will get everything cleared up.
“We’re all fame seekers in our own way says Scott,” “We were fame seekers for showing the transparency of Jesus Christ,” Scott told Christian life magazine PATH.
After organized boycotts of the show, and public criticism from Gospel stars like Marvin Sapp, TLC closed up shop after showing just 8 episodes, and debuting to lack luster ratings.
The reality show was set in Atlanta and chronicled the lives of the wives of several less-than prominent preachers. The five member cast included Domonique Scott, Tara Lewis, Ivy Couch, Christina Murray and DeLana Rutherford.
Dropping the bomb in the exclusive interview, Scott says that she’s not done with reality television. Revealing her thoughts about the success of Preachers of L.A., and telling PATH that she is considering joining the cast of the controversial show.
“It wouldn’t be a surprise to see me on Preacher’s of L.A.”
One of the first Christian reality shows, Scott feels her show wasn’t successful because the Christian community wasn’t ready for it.
“Anytime you’re the first out of the gate you always take the hardest hit,” Scott reasons.
Going further in the conversation, Domonique Scott talks about the real reason her husband closed their church. Why she’s organizing a Sisterhood tour, and talks about specific charges related to her looming battle with the legal system.
Tune into the embedded interview to hear Scott clear the air.