Interestingly enough, in the attached document, apparently an email statement sent at 7:18 p.m. from Wash of ALW Entertainment, the promoter states that there was a “misunderstanding of information” and that he never intended for the arrest to “do her or her ministry any harm.”
“I am here to help people build their career not destroy their career and I will always believe in Dr. Bynum,” reads the email attributed to Wash.
The press packet enclosing Bynum’s statement on her arrest also includes documentation of her goodwill ambassador designation and photos of a Jan. 13, 2013, ceremony celebrating her status as such attended by Nigerian dignitaries.
While Bynum makes no comment on the context of her arrest, the Religion News Blog reports that the minister was arrested before her speaking engagement at the Ninth Annual Spring Prophetic Conference in Irving, Texas.
Bynum, 54, travels regularly to preach, with her messages said to reflect a prosperity, or health and wealth, theology. She is also an author and recording artist.
Thanks to Christian Post for pointing us in the right direction! We do not know why she has dropped the “II” from her name.