‘Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence’ Drag Queen Arrested Over Images

A Wisconsin drag queen with the Brew City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is behind bars after being arrested Friday for allegedly possessing illegal images of minors. Multiple formal charges are expected to be filed against Adam Westbrook.

His arrest came after a search warrant was executed at his home as part of what officials described as a much larger investigation.

Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department officials announced they would not release further information on the case at this time. They said the larger investigation is targeting child safety.

Besides his membership in the notorious anti-Catholic organization, Westbrook is also the Outagamie County human resources director. County Executive Tom Nelson released a statement asserting officials are “shocked” by the turn of events.

Nelson said authorities “have begun the process to terminate the individual. We will continue to cooperate with authorities and do all that we can to assist in the investigation.”

In his LinkedIn, Westbrook listed “performing” as a passion.

Prior to his work for Outagamie County, he held similarly short stints in human resources with the City of Cheboygan and City of Oshkosh. Each lasted less than a year.

The news first appeared on X, formerly Twitter, through the influential Libs of TikTok account. The posting showed Westbrook decked out as a Catholic nun adorned with white face paint.

He was reportedly standing with the mayor of Sheboygan.

According to reports, the suspect is married to Michael Westbrook. He is a teacher in the Menasha Joint School District.

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence were thrust into the national spotlight last May. They were honored by the Los Angeles Dodgers in a highly controversial ceremony for the team’s 10th annual LGBT “Pride” Night.

The group, known for mocking the Catholic faith by having men dress as nuns, was lauded by the baseball team for “life-saving work that they have done tirelessly for decades.”

After the “honor” was announced, a national backlash resulted in the team canceling the invitation. However, a leftist uprising resulted in the re-inviting of the group and an apology.

A large gathering of Catholics and their supporters protested the event. For their part, the Dodgers raced the men dressed as nuns out onto the field long before most fans were in the stadium, and the ceremony went virtually unnoticed.