The Word of Faith Fellowship (WOFF) we investigated in the 90’s has recently been accused of enticing Brazilian nationals here to be used as slave labor. 16 Brazilians told the AP (read here) they were lured here with promises of learning English, gaining a college education, seeing a bit of the US, and improving their relationship with God, yet were forced to work as slaves.
Our investigator, who spent months undercover inside this church during the mid 90s and underwent 11 exorcisms while there, also remembers that fellow congregants were required to work for senior church leaders.
Ex-members interviewed during that time period by the Trinity Foundation related similar stories of being packed into suburban homes turned into communal compounds and forced into minimum-wage jobs, working for church leaders.
A local policeman, interviewed by Inside Edition at the time, told of helping a foreign national escape and being met at the airport by church leaders attempting to prevent the youngster from leaving the country.