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Texas pastor who accused Whole Foods of gay slur on cake drops suit, apologizes

Pastor Jordan Brown filed a lawsuit accusing a Whole Foods employee for writing an anti-gay slur on a cake (Credit: KXAN & the Kaplan Law Firm)
Pastor Jordan Brown filed a lawsuit accusing a Whole Foods employee for writing an anti-gay slur on a cake (Credit: KXAN & the Kaplan Law Firm)

The Texas pastor who sued Whole Foods in April for allegedly writing a gay slur on a cake he bought withdrew his lawsuit on Monday and apologized to the supermarket chain for perpetrating a hoax, KVUE reported.

“The company did nothing wrong,” openly gay pastor Jordan Brown wrote in a Monday statement. “I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story.”

Brown said in April that he requested a cake from Whole Foods with the phrase “Love Wins” written on it, but when he received his cake there was a homophobic remark added. Brown made the accusation in an Internet video and launched a lawsuit shortly thereafter.

But alert viewers quickly pointed out that the icing style used to write “Love Wins” and the gay slur appeared to differ, and Whole Foods released surveillance video showing the cake being purchased with the UPC code in a different location than Brown’s video, suggesting the cake had been opened and tampered with.

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