We had our say about Ron Miscavige’s book Tuesday morning at midnight (in London) when it first started to hit your Kindles and other devices.
Continue reading How Ron Miscavige’s Scientology memoir reads to a former Scientologist
According to the Texas Supreme Court’s online docket, the Church of Scientology has confirmed that it is unopposed to the motion filed last week by Monique Rathbun, who has asked for a stay in her case so she can dismiss her lawsuit outright.
Meanwhile, at his blog, Monique’s husband, Mark “Marty” Rathbun, announced Monday that “there was no settlement” to end the case.
Continue reading Scientology confirms it won’t oppose Monique Rathbun’s plans to ditch lawsuit
As we expected, Ron Miscavige’s book being released today, Ruthless: Scientology, My Son David Miscavige, and Me, contains a bombshell that should send the celebrity press into a frenzy.
And we revealed it to you two weeks ago.
Continue reading Ron Miscavige’s ‘Ruthless’ includes Lisa Marie Presley’s wild defection scene in Florida
[Getting down at Saint Hill Manor, 1973]
Mike Rinder predicted that this was going to happen. On March 20, he said that Scientology’s response to Ron Miscavige writing a book about his son, church leader David Miscavige, would follow a familiar pattern.
Continue reading ABC’s ’20/20′ let Scientology trash Ron Miscavige — but here’s what you didn’t get to hear
Time again for Rod Keller’s Scientology Social Media Review! Rod has made a specialty of hunting down the odd and wonderful things Scientologists post to social media. He’s a chronicler who piece by piece builds a highly detailed assessment of what Scientology is doing around the world, and this is what he found for us this week…
John Alex Wood, Gemma Harris and other Scientologists provided free “nerve assists” to runners following the London Marathon this week.
Continue reading Scientology’s champion endorses ‘Ruthless,’ and more in our weekly social media review!
That was some episode of 20/20 last night, wasn’t it? We had a great time reading back the live-blogging our commenters engaged in last night. And we noticed that the break-out star of the program was Scientology attorney Monique Yingling. You loved her!
Continue reading A STAR IS BORN: Scientology attorney Monique Yingling steals the spotlight on ’20/20′
[Suppressive persons Leah Remini and Ron Miscavige]
The earth moving under your feet this week has not only knocked a few things off your shelves, we do believe it represents a tectonic shift in the world we live in.
That world being, of course, Scientology Watching, which will get another seismic jolt tonight with ABC 20/20 ‘s episode featuring an interview with Ron Miscavige about his tell-all memoir, Ruthless.
Continue reading Ron Miscavige, his book ‘Ruthless,’ his nervous son, and Scientology Watching’s new reality
Monique Rathbun has asked the Texas Supreme Court to lift the stay in her harassment lawsuit against the Church of Scientology so she can dismiss the suit itself.
Continue reading MONIQUE RATHBUN BLAMES FORMER ATTORNEYS AS SHE PLANS TO DROP LAWSUIT
Two years ago, we told you about Tayler Tweed, a 27-year-old Scientologist who had been working on a career in music and acting under the name Tayler DeBari before she killed herself at the home of some friends in Fullerton, California on January 10, 2014.
Continue reading A Scientologist heading for suicide — the missing Tayler Tweed Facebook postings
[Laura DeCrescenzo, Sea Org worker, circa 1996]
Today, in a Los Angeles courtroom, the Church of Scientology will try to convince a judge that it can treat its own workers as harshly as it wants to and a US civil court can have nothing to say about it.
Laura DeCrescenzo filed her abuse lawsuit against the Church of Scientology in 2009 and it’s had a complex history since then. But before she can get to a trial later this year, she has to get past a second summary judgment hearing, happening today in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Continue reading LIVE IN L.A.: Hearing in Laura DeCrescenzo’s Scientology forced-abortion lawsuit