HOUSTON — A unidentified couple is suing a ministry, alleging private information was released and used against them.
John and Jane Doe individually and as next friends of two minor children filed a complaint March 11 in Harris County District Court against Arrow Child & Family Ministries, alleging breach of contract, invasion of privacy and breach of fiduciary duty, negligent misrepresentation and negligence..
According to the complaint, Arrow Child released intimate and confidential information concerning the two foster parents and their two foster children. The release of the information, the suit says, was in breach of agreement with the plaintiffs and in violation of state and federal regulations.
The suit states that the released information was then given to an adversary of the Does and used against them.
The plaintiffs seek a jury trial, damages between $1 million and $5 million, court costs and other damages that the court deems fit. They are represented by attorneys Richard C. Killough, C. Mark Murah and Erica Dryden of Murrah & Killough in Houston
Harris County Circuit Cour case number 2019-17709