[Paul Haggis and Nancy Cartwright]
Last week our man at the Hollywood Celebrity Centre let us know that Nancy Cartwright’s movie, In Search of Fellini, had screened, and he wanted us to understand that it was a movie with more Scientologists involved than maybe any other ever. From Nancy, who wrote it, to its director, to many of its actors, and plenty of other people on the crew, this is a film that Scientology is hoping will do well.
Continue reading Paul Haggis spoils movie night for Scientology, shows what a real humanitarian does
[Luis Garcia and Aaron Smith-Levin]
The latest twist in the Luis and Rocio Garcia federal fraud case against the Church of Scientology is a new court motion asking for a deposition to take place after the Garcias say they caught the church lying to the court and to Judge James Whittemore.
Continue reading Scientology caught in a lie to federal court — but will the judge care?
Rod Keller keeps a close watch on Scientology’s front groups, and this week gives us another report on the church’s drug rehab network, Narconon…
Continue reading Scientology’s Narconon rehabs haven’t changed in the least, even after dozens of lawsuits
This afternoon in DC, a rally is being held by ‘Gays for Trump,’ and its keynote address will be delivered by a Scientologist we’re very familiar with here in the Underground Bunker for her various outlandish publicity stunts — none other than ‘Princess Joy Villa.’
Continue reading Wealthy Scientology donor Joy Villa plays latest prank on ‘Gays for Trump’ today in DC
Wow. What a day, huh? On Friday morning, we revealed that Danny Masterson was the subject of an LAPD investigation into the allegations of three women who say they were sexually assaulted by him as many as 16 years ago — but had not come forward earlier because of the bullying of the Church of Scientology. By the end of the day the story had hit just about every major news organization with an interest in such things. And most of them sent readers our way — and we thank them for that.
Continue reading In Scientology, you get to blame everything on your trillion-year-old mental booby traps
Victims came forward after reaching out to actress Leah Remini as a result of her A&E series
Victims complain of being pressured by the Church of Scientology to keep quiet about their claims, and were punished for being victimized
One victim accuses LAPD of being compromised by its relationship to the Church of Scientology, says detective told her investigation already ‘ruined’
By Tony Ortega
The Underground Bunker has obtained documents which show that the Los Angeles Police Department has been investigating Scientology celebrity and That ’70s Show actor Danny Masterson in at least three alleged cases of rape or sodomy of women who were also Scientologists and who claim they were pressured by the Church of Scientology not to contact police or go public with their accusations.
Continue reading LAPD PROBING SCIENTOLOGY AND DANNY MASTERSON FOR MULTIPLE RAPES, COVER-UP
More than a year after it was first published in the U.S., Leah Remini’s bestselling book Troublemaker: Surviving Scientology and Hollywood will be published in the U.K. for the first time on March 9 by Silvertail Books.
Continue reading Leah Remini’s ‘Troublemaker’ finally gets a UK publisher — and you can probably guess who!
Contributor Jeffrey Augustine has put a stirring collection together for us today. Just for fun, here are fifteen of the strangest things ever said by Scientology’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard, and his successor, current leader David Miscavige.
Continue reading 15 of the strangest things Scientology’s two supreme leaders ever uttered
Our source in Scientology’s Hollywood Celebrity Centre, who has been so helpful to us in the past, alerted us to something special coming that he thought we’d want to pay attention to.
Continue reading The most Scientology-involved movie ever made? Here comes Nancy’s baby!
[Illustration by Jeffrey Augustine!]
That was some Oscars last night, eh? By now you must have seen about a thousand different jokes about poor Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announcing the wrong Best Picture winner, and we laughed at just about every one of them.
Continue reading Keep your Oscars, we won a Scientology ‘bigot’ award!