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TBN EXPOSED - A Case For The Truth

Matthew Wendell Crouch

Brittany Koper
Brittany Koper - Update
Sylvia's novel
Who's Who
Paul Crouch, Sr.
The FBI knows
Jan Crouch
Paul Crouch, Jr.
Matthew Crouch
Gen8 Entertainment
John Casoria
Kelly Whitmore
Lance Charles
Pearl Jane Duff
Ward vs TBN
Fleener vs TBN (a timeline)
Barton Green
Stephen Blinn
Mark N. Troobnick

CEO - Gener8Xion Entertainment, a for profit corporation, traded on the stock exchange under symbol GNEX

In many ways, Crouch and his company, Gener8Xion Entertainment, are Hollywood anomalies. He hasn't had to look further than his parents — with their tax-free donor base and worldwide television reach — to bankroll and market his movies. In other ways, the stereotype of a Hollywood producer fits snugly. Friends and foes describe him, by turns, as charismatic, arrogant, charming, ruthless, visionary and greedy. [...]

Associates also say that Crouch's impulsiveness — and perhaps a desire to escape his father's long shadow — has prompted him to take shortcuts that have led to risky decisions. During the production of "Omega Code," his key personnel included a former adult-film actor and a novice screenwriter who was arrested and convicted of soliciting a child for sex.

An examination of the I.R.S. forms 990, shows that TBN continues to take huge losses on Matthew's movie making endeavors. A film funded by TBN in 2012 is not listed as an asset, but rather posts another eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars in losses. 


On June 25th, Matthew Crouch presented for his scheduled deposition. 

The thrust of his responses to questions in deposition was that he did not know (or admit to know) very much.   Seems his father makes most all the decisions over there, too.  He was more than a little confused over dates, people involved, even the existance of any contracts for services used to produce the film, costs, revenue, etc., etc.   He did know that his father furnished the money to fund the script writing and to make the movie. 
In discussing the finances and the returns from the movie, Matt was deliberately vague, but used the same number $1.2 MM of reimbursement to TBN that everyone in the TBN camp seemed to really have down pat.

HOW?  Did Matthew make the Omega Code movie and reap personal rewards while TBN later in deposition testimony report a loss on the investment?
If you followed the copyright infringment lawsuit and read between the lines in all the testimony you can figure out that Paul Crouch (Executive Producer) advanced +/- $7.2 millions of TBN donor money (where Paul Crouch is CEO).  Paul Crouch, Executive Producer, was "only able to pay $1.2 million back to TBN, so the balance was forgiven by the funder, TBN, you guessed it, again Paul Crouch.  All the decisions were made by Paul Crouch. In the midst of the very public hype about the success of the movie, the "top grossing independent film of 1999", and with money rolling in, but not documented as repaid to TBN,  Matthew (the public perception is that he bought 50% interest in Hanna-Barbera Studios, the truth is he is only renting the space) but did buy a $1.2 MM home in Hollywood Hills, a villa in Rome and a Bentley for $240,000.  He also formed Gen8, a for-profit company, then took it public to raise more money, moved the corporation to Delaware where the documents identifying stockholders, directors, etc., are sealed from prying eyes.  All of this off the money "funded" to TBN Films for the production of Paul's "Movies", then paid to Matt's company, in a round-robin series of "moving target" un-budgeted and largely un-documented transactions; it appears that Matthew benefited substantially.  The total exceeds $40 MM of donor funds,  that have gone to Matt in 10 years.  Matt's company is going broke in spite of regular infusions of "Daddy's" money.  Wonder why they could not pay back the "loan"? 
All this is hardly sound or wise use of "donor funds" no matter which "account" they were taken from.  Of course, if you consider the tens of millions of TBN's "unreported extra donor" income generated by the film, not admissable in court, nor records discoverable as evidence, concealed from the financial expert who examined the books, but mentioned in Matt's letter, it seems there was reason enough not to care about the money.

NY Times interviews Matt & Laurie Crouch

A draft letter found (trash-run discovery) with edit notes in Matt's own handwriting, soliciting investors for another project, refers to the " tens of millions of unreported earnings made by TBN "
out of their investment in The Omega Code movie. The letter goes on to say "he had no enthusiasm for the project handed to him by TBN".