Prominent Christian author John Perry (not John Perry Barlow!), who has also co-authored a book with Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, was twice accused of sexually molesting children, in two separate lawsuits.
A 2012 police investigation of Perry's alleged offenses found that "the allegations of sexual battery were sustained" but that the statute of limitations had expired.
Perry co-wrote Do the Right Thing: Inside the Movement That's Bringing Common Sense Back to America about Huckabee's 2008 presidential campaign. He also did research and writing for Huckabee's 2007 book Character Is the Issue, a memoir of his early time as governor. Perry also co-wrote So Help Me God, Moore's autobiographical account of fighting to keep a monument to the Ten Commandments at Alabama's Supreme Court.
Those books are just a few of the titles produced with Perry's help: He wrote For Faith & Family: Changing America by Strengthening the Family with Richard Land, the president of Southern Evangelical Seminary, a book with former Southern Baptist Convention president James T. Draper, as well as a book with Frank Page, the president and CEO of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee. Perry even co-authored The Vow, the book made into a feature film starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum. Perry also lists writing two books for prominent pastor John F. MacArthur on his website.