The pastor who said that Facebook would lead to infidelity has now admitted to being involved in a three-way sexual relationship with his wife and a male church assistant.
Rev. Cedric Miller of Living Word Church in Neptune Township, N.J. confirmed reports he was involved in a criminal case back in 2003.
He testified that his wife was having an affair with the church assistant and that he and the assistant's wife often participated.
The admission comes after Rev. Miller called on church leaders to delete their Facebook account, saying the social networking Web site could lead to infidelity.
In his sermon on Sunday, he apologized to his church for what he said was "a foolish transgression" from his past.
He offered to step down as senior minister if the church leaders found that he was unfit to serve.
However, Rev. Miller said he stands by his statements that Facebook can cause problems in marriages.