A controversial California drag troupe has removed the name of a member who was arrested for indecent exposure from its website.

Clinton Monroe Ellis-Gilmore, 53, of Eureka, was arrested Aug. 12 in Humboldt County for allegedly exposing himself in the driver’s seat of a car parked near South Jetty Road and Table Bluff Road in Loleta, about 15 miles south of Eureka, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office.

Authorities say Gilmore was “reported by multiple witnesses to have been sitting in his truck with the door open, masturbating for approximately one hour.”

“The conduct was not directed at anyone in particular,” a sheriff’s spokesperson told The Christian Post.

Gilmore was taken into custody without incident. He was booked for indecent exposure and then released.

The most recent Facebook page for Gilmore includes a bio identifying him as a gay Army veteran as well as a “trophy husband” and “anti-theist.” The page also features a number of pro-LGBT and anti-Christian posts.

Gilmore’s social media page also indicates that he was a member of the Abbey of the Big Red Wood, a nonprofit group known as Eureka Sisters, which is affiliated with the drag troupe Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a national — and some say blasphemous — network of men who wear makeup and dress as Catholic nuns. The group is known for hosting a sexually provocative “Hunky Jesus” competition and a drag Easter egg hunt every year in San Francisco….

From the Christian Post