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A Sex-addict vicar has been defrocked after his wife exposed his depraved double life of hookers and orgies.

A Church of England tribunal in London heard details of Rev James Meredith Day’s antics after estranged Birte made a formal complaint.

It found the bisexual clergyman spanked her, took part in group sex, visited gay saunas and sought out romps with prostitutes.

After laying bare his kinky double life she revealed:

“He said the two most important elements in his life were God and sex.”

Birte Day amassed a cache of evidence to nail the shamless clergyman at a Church of England tribunal — including porn images from his computer and references to gay liaisons.

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Following her explosive statement, the disciplinary hearing ruled her husband would be banned from ministry for life over his conduct.

The hearing, set up after Birte lodged a formal complaint, found the Cambridge-educated dad of three assaulted her with a scarf, spanked her in front of workmen, took part in group sex, visited homosexual saunas, used an alias to meet gay men and sought out sex with prostitutes.

It further found bisexual Day, also a psychology professor, stored “a substantial amount” of “depraved and perverted” pornography and indecent material on his computers.

The material involved possible rape scenarios and bondage with young-looking men and women and “sketches” of naked women being tortured and burned, it was said.

The London tribunal ruled his actions amounted to “conduct un­becoming and inappropriate.”

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Birte told in her evidence how Day — originally from America — moved with his family to Cambridge in 2001 as he did his theological training at Westcott House.

He was ordained a deacon in 2003 before they moved to Brussels.

It was there that Birte — who split from her husband in 2012 and later began divorce proceedings — noticed his behaviour change.

She said he started “neglecting” her and spending more time online.

As their relationship faltered, Birte began gathering evidence of her husband’s secret porn habit because “to others outside the marriage he projected himself to be a successful and respectable person.”

She said she collected about 50 short videos and “at least 100 sketches of naked women being tortured and burned”.

She said one image was saved on his computer’s private file as “gang bang”.

She told the tribunal the picture showed a woman and two men, one of whom was the vicar.

Birte also found business cards and a receipt suggesting her ­husband was visiting gay saunas in Brussels, Italy and New York.

She said he had sexual feelings for both genders, adding:

“He often said the two most important elements of his life were God and sex.”

The hearing also heard Day created the alter ego “Henry Olsen” to meet other men and call-girls.

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Birte said: “He created email ad­d­resses for himself under different names so he could lead a double life for sexual purposes.”

In one email Henry Olsen tried to arrange a meeting with a woman known as Amanda in Brussels who charged €130 “for one hour”.

Birte said: “When I asked James about Henry Olsen, he admitted using the name as an identity.”

She added: “I think he wanted to hurt me with his sexual activities and was making me feel guilty as I was just not good enough.”

Using his alter ego, he sent “sexually explicit” emails to a man he met at least twice for sex, she said.

Next he targeted a man called Frederic, sending pictures of himself and suggesting he would like to meet Frederic and his boyfriend.

The Rev, who worked at the En­glish Church in Ostend from 2003 to 2005, also had a sexual liaison with a man called Kris in Paris.

Birte said: “I told him I knew about Kris. James said it was not my business. He said he was a free man and I was no Christian.”

The Bishop’s Disciplinary Tribunal for the Diocese of Europe concluded Day’s behaviour was not criminal — but that standards for the clergy “must be different”.

It said: “We are satisfied that the possession of the material on his computers and the seeking of or taking part in sexual relations with others while married was conduct unbecoming and inappropriate.”

The hearing said it was “satisfied” that assaults on Birte took place, adding the allegation against the priest was “proved in its entirety”.

Day did not attend the tribunal but didn’t contest the proceedings.

In an email he claimed he had collected “dozens of letters” that would “cast serious doubt on the credibility of his wife”.

And he said “criminal charges” had been filed against complainants in Belgium.

Last night The Sun approached him as he left work at the Université Catholique de Louvain, near Brussels.

He said: “I don’t appreciate the way you’re doing this.”

Credits: The SUN UK

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