Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Becki used to play a “game” at Liberty University campus, ranking which students they would most like to have sex with, according to their son’s bandmate.
Jerry Falwell Jr, a key Trump ally and one of the most powerful figures in the evangelical movement, was removed as head of the powerful private Christian university in August after he and his wife were accused of pursuing an improper relationship with a 20-year-old pool boy.
But if the pool boy sex scandal wasn’t enough, a former Liberty University student, who was also in a band with Falwell’s son Trey, has now told Politico that Falwell and his wife Becki used to play a secret “would you rather” game while walking around the campus in Lynchburg, Virginia.
The same student also alleged that Becki Falwell performed oral sex on him when he stayed over at the couple’s house.
He has now claimed that Becki described the details of the game she played with her husband, telling him that they would make notes of students’ looks.
He said: “Her and Jerry would eye people down on campus.
“She didn’t go into specifics, but said, ‘Oh, me and Jerry play games all the time, like Would You Rather? with people on campus.’ I’ll never forget that.”
A neighbour and close friend of the couple also told Politico that Becki had confided in her about her relationship with the then 22-year-old student.
When the friend questioned whether Jerry would be upset, she claimed Becki told her he would only be upset that he did not get to watch.
The Falwells have insisted that claims about the sex ranking game and Becki’s confession about a relationship with their son’s bandmate are both “completely false”.
Jerry Falwell Jr is currently suing Liberty University for ‘damaging his reputation’.
Jerry Falwell Jr, who has previously advocated the idea of conversion therapy, claimed in a lawsuit last month that he was wrongly pushed out Liberty University, and that the decision damaged his reputation.
The lawsuit, filed in state court in Lynchburg, Virginia, claimed that the Christian university defamed Falwell and breached his contract, according to NBC News.
“Mr Falwell has suffered damage to his reputation, damage to his profession, humiliation, and anguish; lost business opportunities; and suffered pecuniary damage,” the complaint said.