She’s taking a vow of silence.
Ousted Riverside Church pastor the Rev. Dr. Amy Butler was tight-lipped Friday morning when asked about the sex-toy shopping spree scandal that torpedoed her cushy career.
A grim-faced Butler stepped out of her West 104th Street apartment building carrying a tattered garbage bag, water bottle and black binder.
She and another woman hopped into a black Lexus SUV and took off, ignoring questions from a Post reporter about accusations that the pastor bought a $200 bunny-shaped blue vibrator for a single-mom minister — and tried to gift another sex toy to a second minister — in May.
The group was in Minneapolis for a weeklong religious conference.
Sources told The Post 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 during her time as “Pastor Amy” — and the church mutually parted ways after complaints of misconduct arose.
Butler, 49, was hired to lead the interdenominational church in Morningside Heights in 2014. Her five-year contract was due to expire on June 30
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