Details of the allegations were not made public.
Bowen is the founder of Acton Bowen Outreach. The ministry's website -- which was temporarily removed by 9 a.m. Wednesday -- described Bowen as a cohost of Top3 on the Juce TV Network and a regular contributor on Fox News, where he said he serves as a faith and religion correspondent.
Fox News issued a statement refuting that claim Wednesday afternoon.
“Paul Edward Acton Brown is not, and has never been an employee, correspondent or contributor at Fox News,” the network said in an email.
Juce TV's website also does not list Bowen as a cohost of Top 3, which is now known as The Crew.
Much of Bowen's ministry appears aimed at youth. His website stated that, for 12 years, he led a citywide student Bible study in his hometown of Gadsden.
He is also the author of "Moment: A 21-Day Journey for Students" and "Escape the Noise: A 30-Day Devotional Journey for Students."
As a public speaker, Bowen speaks up to 20 times a month in churches, camps, conferences, school assemblies and more, his website said.
The Gadsden Times reported in 2012 that Bowen, who spent seven years on staff at a church there before starting his ministry, was headed to London to be a chaplain at the Summer Olympics.
The veracity of that claim could not immediately be confirmed.