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The widow of Pilgrim Assemblies International, Inc. founder Archbishop Roy E. Brown is being evicted by the church her husband led for decades and her family claims she could become “homeless.”

Brown, who led Pilgrim Church in Brooklyn, New York, for decades before his death in June, was hailed by civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton as “a Pentecostal Church giant” on his passing.

Nevertheless, according to an IG post submitted by a niece, Paula Scarlett-Brown was recently given a 10-day notice to vacate a $2.5 million home located in Flatbush, Brooklyn, by Pilgrim Baptist Church.

The widow’s niece, Tonya Joy Bolton, who posted a copy of the eviction notice, asked for prayers on Friday and worried she could be “made homeless.”

Monte Malik Chandler, the church’s attorney, told The Christian Post in an interview Monday that the church has provided both Brown as well as his widow with significant assistance.

He further explained that Scarlett-Brown has been aware for some time that she would have to leave.

The church is now under new leadership.


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