Pop Star Desecrates Church In Vulgar New Video

Sabrina Carpenter, a famous pop artist, caused the pastor of a Roman Catholic church in Brooklyn to be removed from his administrative position after the publication of her song video, which featured Carpenter dancing next to pastel-colored coffins.

The film, which dropped on October 31, depicts Carpenter in several scenes with guys who act inappropriately and violently, such as leering and photographing her body without her consent and then brutally killing her.

In the last scene, Carpenter may be seen dancing in a tulle gown and a black veil within the Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

In a statement released after the video’s publication, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn was “appalled” that the appropriate protocols for granting permission to shoot had not been adhered to. Just a few days after that, the diocese relieved Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello of his administrative responsibilities and terminated his tenure as vicar of development for the diocese. In addition, Bishop Robert Brennan offered a Mass of Reparation in the church, which the diocese described as “restoring the sanctity of this church and repairing the damage.”

In addition to singing, Carpenter has appeared in the “Girl Meets World” series on the Disney Channel from 2014 to 2017. Since its premiere, her music video has accumulated 12 million views on YouTube. In her Instagram post on Halloween, Carpenter revealed the video’s release and included behind-the-scenes photos from its production. Among them were pictures of herself covered in fake blood and a crop top that said, “You behave like a b****.”

The diocesan guideline for shooting on church grounds requires a review of the scenes and screenplay, which the parish allegedly did not follow.

There is no word on Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello since his dismissal, including where he is and his role or responsibilities.