Shocking Revelation: Vatican Police ‘Break Up Gay S*x Orgy’ at Home of Secretary of One of Pope Francis’ Advisors

In the latest scandal to hit the Catholic church, Vatican police have broken up drug-fuelled gay s*x orgy at home of secretary of one of Pope Francis’s key advisers, it has been revealed.

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A gay s*x orgy at the home of the secretary to one of Pope Francis’s key advisers, was broken up by operatives of the Vatican Police Force.
According to a report by Dailymail UK, the flat belonged to the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is in charge of tackling clerical s*xual abuse.
The explosive claims which were made in the Italian newspaper, Il Fatto Quotidiano, revealed that when police showed up, they found drugs and a group of men engaged in s*xual activity.
Reports in Italy claim the occupant of the apartment is allegedly the secretary to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio – a key aide to the 80-year-old Pope.
Reports stated the apartment is used by a secretary of Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio (pictured), a key aide to the Pope
Coccopalmerio heads the Pontifical Council for Legislative texts and was said to have once recommended his secretary for a promotion to bishop.
The shocking incident is the latest scandal to hit the Vatican and comes after its finance chief, Cardinal George Pell was charged with historical s*xual offences.
Pell has protested his innocence and said he was looking forward to having his day in court after a two-year investigation, ‘leaks to the media’ and ‘relentless character assassination’.  
It is the latest scandal to hit the Vatican and comes after its finance chief Cardinal George Pell (pictured) was charged with historical sexual offences
Police have not revealed details of the charges against the 76-year-old, citing the need to preserve the integrity of the judicial process.
It was reported online few months ago that the Vatican was hit with a wave of lurid accusations of misbehaving priests across Italy with scandals involving orgies, prostitution and porn videos.
The claims were embarrassing to the Vatican, which under Pope Francis has attempted to demand high standards of the clergy.
Francis has tried to clamp down on unethical behaviour ever since being made Pope in 2013 and has often spoken out against the pitfalls of ‘temptation’.

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