Paul and Jan Crouch, the founders of Trinity Broadcasting Network, were provided his-and-her homes by the Christian television network as company housing. It is not clear what the fate of the $5.6-million house was after Paul Crouch's death in 2013.
An article written by the New York Times details the properties of Mr. and Mrs. Crouch as his-and-her mansions, one street apart, in the gated community of Newport Beach, California. Reportedly, the homes were provided by the network using viewer donations and tax-free earnings.
As of 2015, it is likely that Mrs. Crouch still resides in her portion of the home or that it has been utilized for another employee of the network. A second home, the reported primary residence, of Mrs. Crouch is located near Orlando, Florida, and other properties exist in Texas and Tennessee. While there is no reported current use of the properties, controversy surrounding them, and other assets of the network, exist. Brittany Koper, daughter of Paul and Jan Crouch, and her husband have filed a lawsuit against TBN for unlawful termination. According to the Kopers, the couple was terminated after exposing the illegal schemes employed by TBN to claim the homes, and other property such as planes and vehicles, as charitable assets. These allegations are still under investigation.