A thug who confessed to sexually assaulting a woman leaving a Queens church voiced remorse for the vicious gang attack in a jailhouse interview Saturday.

“I don’t deserve to pray,” confessed attacker Justin Williams, 17, who claimed to be a Christian. 

The woman, 50, was set upon by a pack of much younger men outside a storefront house of worship on Liberty Avenue, threatened with what turned out to be fake guns and forced to perform oral sex, authorities said.

Williams, one of three arrested in the Tuesday night assault, claimed not to have known his victim was leaving the Celestial Church of Christ when he and his sick pals accosted her.

“That would have made a difference,” Williams said.

Williams, Brandon Walker, 20, and Julisses Ginel, 19, all of South Road in Jamaica, were arraigned Friday on sexual abuse and other charges as cops continued to search for a fourth suspect who allegedly took part in the attack.

After being taken into custody, Ginel allegedly admitted to being a part of the attack — serving as a “lookout” so no one interrupted.

Their bail was set Friday at $500,000 bond/$250,000 cash bail on the sex charges and $50,000 bond/$25,000 cash bail for the robbery. They are due in court July 28.

 

 

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