In this May 19, 2017, file photo, Brooke Covington, right, a member of the Word of Faith Fellowship church in Spindle, leaves a hearing at Rutherford County Courthouse, background, in Rutherfordton accompanied by an attorney, Joshua Valentine, left, and her husband, Kent Covington. A judge held a juror in contempt and declared a mistrial Tuesday, June 6, in the case of the North Carolina church minister charged in the beating of a congregant who says he was attacked to expel his “homosexual demons.”
In this May 19, 2017, file photo, Brooke Covington, right, a member of the Word of Faith Fellowship church in Spindle, leaves a hearing at Rutherford County Courthouse, background, in Rutherfordton accompanied by an attorney, Joshua Valentine, left, and her husband, Kent Covington. A judge held a juror in contempt and declared a mistrial Tuesday, June 6, in the case of the North Carolina church minister charged in the beating of a congregant who says he was attacked to expel his “homosexual demons.” Kathy Kmonicek AP
In this May 19, 2017, file photo, Brooke Covington, right, a member of the Word of Faith Fellowship church in Spindle, leaves a hearing at Rutherford County Courthouse, background, in Rutherfordton accompanied by an attorney, Joshua Valentine, left, and her husband, Kent Covington. A judge held a juror in contempt and declared a mistrial Tuesday, June 6, in the case of the North Carolina church minister charged in the beating of a congregant who says he was attacked to expel his “homosexual demons.” Kathy Kmonicek AP

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