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RZIM can be sued by donors over Ravi Zacharias’ sexual misconduct, judge rules

A federal judge will allow a class-action lawsuit against Ravi Zacharias International Ministries to proceed, a case based on allegations that the apologetics organization used donated funds to pay off victims of the late Ravi Zacharias.

Judge Thomas W. Thrash, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia issued an order last week allowing donors to sue RZIM for refunds amid claims donations were used to help protect Zacharias’ public image from accusations the late apologist sexually harassed and abused multiple women over several years.

Brad R. Sohn, whose law firm represents the donors, told The Christian Post a statement Monday that he was “pleased” with how “the Court permitted the bulk of our clients’ legal claims to survive and begin discovery.”

Keep reading this article on Christian Today.

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