Riverside Church pastor tight-lipped on alleged intercourse toy purchasing spree

She’s taking a vow of silence.

Ousted Riverside Church pastor the Rev. Dr. Amy Butler was tight-lipped Friday morning when requested in regards to the sex-toy purchasing spree scandal that torpedoed her soft profession.

A grim-faced Butler stepped out of her West 104th Avenue house constructing carrying a tattered rubbish bag, water bottle and black binder.

She and one other girl hopped right into a black Lexus SUV and took off, ignoring questions from a Submit reporter about accusations that the pastor purchased a $200 bunny-shaped blue vibrator for a single-mom minister — and tried to reward one other intercourse toy to a second minister — in Could.

The group was in Minneapolis for a weeklong spiritual convention.

Sources informed The Submit that Butler — who made $250,000-a-year and raked in an $8,000-a-month housing allowance and $55,000 in yearly pension contributions throughout her time as “Pastor Amy” — and the church mutually parted methods after complaints of misconduct arose.

Butler, 49, was employed to steer the interdenominational church in Morningside Heights in 2014. Her five-year contract was attributable to expire on June 30.