US Pastor accused of molesting children

Dan Haby has been accused multiple times of molesting teenagers, a claim he is denying in court.

A pastor in United States of America, Dan Haby, has been accused for molesting children.

Cowboy Way Church pastor, Dan Haby, was first arrested in July for allegedly fondling a teen boy in 2000 and 2001. He was rearrested after a victim went to the police in August to report that the pastor had also molested him.

Jacob Thibodeaux, now 25, came forward with the molestation revelation of 10 years ago.

"Having children now really played a big part in why I came forward because I wouldn't want anyone to put my kids in that kind of situation," Thibodeaux said during an interview with WFAA News.

Thibodeaux explained how he met Haby as a junior in high school and began attending services at his church. It was at Haby's Fort Worth home that he said the pastor, who he saw as a father figure, molested him.

He hugged me for a long amount of time and he kissed me on the mouth, and then he acted like it never happened,“ said Thibodeaux.

Haby has been free on bond, and his attorney denies the accusations against him. His name is still on the sign outside the Cowboy Way Church, but his current role there is unclear

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