What the committee was able to uncover was an extravagant lifestyle featuring a $6 million mansion and an aircraft.
Auditors were able to determine that in 1995, 15 Copeland family members were on the church payroll, earning salaries totaling $1.5 million.
The Copelands' salaries then totaled more than $600,000.
The audit was able to determine that their $20 million jet was used for personal reasons including vacations and shopping trips.
The Copelands were also accused of operating for-profit businesses on church property. Also, Copeland allegedly received an estimated $2.1 million birthday gift from supporters urged to contribute to the cause.