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Wealthy Scientology donor Joy Villa plays latest prank on ‘Gays for Trump’ today in DC

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.’

While we can’t help but feel some admiration for the cleverness of Joy’s latest play for attention — her ‘Make America Great Again’ dress at the Grammys — we thought it might be important to review some of her history here at the Bunker, and to reveal a new photograph of her that should put her antics into some perspective.

In the most recent issue of Impact magazine, Scientology celebrates the wealthy people who were recognized at an October celebration in England for donating the most money to the church. And on one page, there’s a photograph of all the people who this past year reached the status of “Patron Meritorious” — indicating that they’ve given at least $250,000 to the International Association of Scientologists, which is the church’s defense fund. Take a look.


Yes, over on the left, that’s Joy Villa and who was then her fiance, Danish photographer Thorsten Overgaard. Here they are more close up…


We really have to hand it to Joy the way she’s been playing Trump supporters. (And take a look at Mike Rinder’s excellent piece on her from a couple of weeks ago, when he showed that she had actually been a Bernie Sanders supporter who never expressed interest in Trump until her stunt catapulted her into the spotlight.) She’s really done her best to play down the notion that she’s really just a Scientologist with more money than sense who has been trying desperately for years to find some way to get famous. Let’s look at some of her past appearances here in the Bunker…


That’s Joy, photobombing a shot of Connor Cruise while he was in Clearwater for a backyard barbecue. And what wannabe celeb wouldn’t try their best to worm their way into the Cruise entourage!


And there was the time Joy tried to make a thing out of her bizarre snowfence dress that she wore one year to the Grammys (see photo above). This apparently didn’t really catch on fire at the time.


In the summer of 2015, Joy decided her best shot at fame might be to “train her waist” to be scarily small. Apparently this is a thing, and Joy tried very hard, for a short time, to make it happen. Yikes.


After the waist thing didn’t get her anywhere, Joy then tried vegan bodybuilding, and she really got toned up. Here she is showing off a trophy at the Celebrity Centre with Thorsten.


Joy and Thorsten then announced that their nuptials would take place on Christmas Day at Scientology’s Flag Land Base. And why not? If anything says Scientology, it’s two thetans getting hitched on the birthday of baby Jesus, who Scientology says is just a figment of the imagination. Ha.


Joy and Thorsten celebrated their union with members of the Mexico City Agami clan, who are currently building Tom Cruise his new double-penthouse in Clearwater. Keep angling, Joy, you’ll get to meet the man himself one day, we just know it!


And then of course there was the dress that suddenly made her a conservative icon and got her on InfoWars. Well, Joy, we have to hand it to you. You finally found your path to fame. Now, knock ’em dead today in DC! And don’t forget to thank L. Ron Hubbard and David Miscavige!

UPDATE: Scenes from today’s rally…



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Scientology disconnection, a reminder

Bernie Headley has not seen his daughter Stephanie in 4,681 days.
Quailynn McDaniel has not seen her brother Sean in 1,784 days.
Claudio and Renata Lugli have not seen their son Flavio in 2,278 days.
Sara Goldberg has not seen her daughter Ashley in 1,318 days.
Lori Hodgson has not seen her son Jeremy in 1,030 days.
Marie Bilheimer has not seen her mother June in 497 days.
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Claire Headley has not seen her mother Gen in 2,080 days.
Ramana Dienes-Browning has not seen her mother Jancis in 436 days.
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Mary Kahn has not seen her son Sammy in 1,120 days.
Lois Reisdorf has not seen her son Craig in 701 days.
Phil and Willie Jones have not seen their son Mike in 1,206 days.
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  • Just in case it hasn’t been posted yet, part 2 of the Chis C [@MiamiSixthMan] Come Get Some [@CGSHere] interview of Aaron Smith-Levin [@GrownupinSCN] about Scientology:


  • Todd Tomorrow

    OT, but has Baby been on lately? I’m not on too much anymore but usually see her.

    • Snippy_X
      • I wish playing that song was like the Baby Signal and she’d come swooping in to save the day, or at least make it that much more fun.

    • Sherbet

      I haven’t seen her in a while, but I imagine some of her Bunker friends have been communicating with her. Just a guess.

      • Liberated

        Where’s supper powers?

    • outraged

      I was going to ask the same thing a while ago. Is she ok??

      • Todd Tomorrow

        Last I talked to her she was not ok she was suffering from taking a strong antibiotic, Cipro. She was having trouble with her arm.
        5. Cipro attacks much more than just your tendons–it is toxic to ALL connective tissues including muscle/bone/fascia/skin/nerves/even cartilage!3 A laboratory study done on puppies showed that Cipro actually melts the cartilage out of their joints. (In case you didn’t already know–cartilage does not regenerate! Once it’s gone, it’s gone). Degeneration of the cartilage matrix in humans has been observed following as few as two oral doses of Ciprofloxacin.4



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        • outraged


          • Todd Tomorrow

            I know it’s awful.

            • Taffy Sinclair

              OMG! I’ve dispensed it to loved ones in the past!!!

            • Todd Tomorrow

              Me too and I had some in my earthquake kit but have flushed it. It screwed up one of Baby’s arms. It is called being “floxed”. Levoquin is bad, too.

            • ReallyMGM

              Yep, Levoquin is in the same class. It was the drug I refused to let the ER doctor give to my husband.

        • ReallyMGM

          Baby and I talked about the nasty problems with Cipro when she first started having promblems. My pharmacist caught a interaction w/ another medication (a particular mild muscle relaxer) I take before it happened. The combination of the two meds causes severe reactions that can be fatal.
          I had taken it once before and two weeks later I had a partial tendon rupture behind my knee. It was not serious and healed on its own, but it was related to Cipro. I remembered this incident in retrospect after Baby’s illness and my own situation with the interaction.
          In my further reading since Baby’s illness, I have discovered my husband should NEVER take a drug in that class of antibiotics because of his aortic aneurysm, yet an ER dr tried to give it to him last week. (It can increase the risk of leaks and dissection of the aneurism). She said he “really didn’t have an aortic aneurysm.” I laughed at her because he had just had just had an appt with his cardiologist and his cardio thoracic surgeon two days prior. He has a 5.2 CM aortic root aneurism. At that point, I told her we would not fill the antibiotic prescription, called his cardiologist’s office, and had their cardiologist on rounds at hospital come to the ER to take over. We had a LONG talk, I showed him the journal reports (from respected cardiac research journals), and he realized I was a patient’s spouse who had her shit together in regard to his health. He was in total agreement. He also shook his head and said, your husband has a simple virus and doesn’t need antibiotics anyhow. I am still seething mad at her.

          Moral of story: Learn your stuff about your medical condition and always have a well versed advocate with you if you have to go to the ER. You might not be able to make decisions for yourself. My husband was running a fever, and is not the best at articulating himself when he is sick. He depends on me or our daughter for that.
          Learn about these medications and don’t just take them because a person wearing a white coat says they are good for you. I don’t have a problem with the medical profession, but I DO have a problem with arrogant medical professionals who don’t respect their patients.
          All drugs have side effects and doctors have to weigh the plus/minuses when they prescribe them, but too many times antibiotics are prescribed unnecessarily.

          IF anyone talks to Baby tell her ReallyMGM is thinking about her and sending healing thoughts and hugs her way.

          • Todd Tomorrow

            So many people are intimidated by their Dr’s and never question any decisions they make. I come from a medical background and sadly have come to the conclusion that 39% of Dr’s and Nurses truly care and the rest are sadly in it for the money. There are so many dangerous medications that truly cause more harm than good. I could list numerous examples yet I don’t have the time. One most truly learn to be your own advocate. Thankfully, you are a caring spouse who knows how to google and is going to question the treatment for your spouse.
            Ok, Just one example. A hospital is one of the most dangerous places for you to “heal”. Chances of dying from staff infection are off the charts. You are never allowed to get a full nice sleep but woken up every 4 hours at the very least. The food is rarely anything that would be considered remotely healthy. One thing people are given is ice chips which come from moldy, germ ridden machines. You are treated symptomatically not holistically. If one medication causes your leg to shake you’re just given another pill to try and make it stop.
            My best friend had his finger ,”degloved”(ripped off his hand) playing soccer. The ball went over a fence and he hopped over to fetch it, catching his wedding ring on the fence. His buddies found his finger and threw it in a beer cooler of ice and took it along with him to the hospital. I got called and went in and they told me it would probably just be amputated further down in surgery, instead two surgeons spent over six hours doing micro surgery and reattached it. The first three days it bled so much he had to be given blood in the ICU. They kept telling me it didn’t look good and I should try and explain to him it would have to be removed but the bleeding started to stop. This was amazing they saved his finger and spent six days in ICU. But had I not asked for him to be given a bath it would have never happened. He still smelled like he came off the soccer field. It may sound petty but he said that first bath made him finally made him feel human again. They didn’t even offer to give him a toothbrush or toothpaste. This is 100 of thousands of dollars worth of micro surgery and no one thinks to bath him. WTF?

            • ReallyMGM

              Gruesome. I don’t have weak stomach but should come with warning.
              When I destroyed my foot by tripping on the stairs I wasted time going to the ER. Not only did they do nothing but exray and confirm what I already knew. I had heard all the bones break. I won’t ever go to the ER again for a fracture again unless the bone has broken the skin. (More to the story)
              On the flip side, about three weeks ago I was taken to this same ER after totally collapsing from a sudden drop in BP (60/30). They hovered over me for hours even though I only remember bits and pieces. All tests were fine. But something that bothers me about all of the incidents is they only look at the data fed into the computer from the tests. They don’t look at the patient and their condition, and listen to them. Where is Dr House?

  • Bob Crouch

    I wonder what she is telling those “Gays for Trump?” That they are “perverts” (in LRH’s charming vernacular), Tone Scale 1.1 (Hubbard said it; so it must be science and “true”), or that they should pony up $$$ hundreds of thousands to get “the gay” audited out of them?

    Regardless, I’m sure it was all good stuff as scn has all the answers!

    Of course, on a more serious note: What is being near “these people” going to do to her case gain?

    • Frodis73

      Not sure but I have been filling the twitter account with Hubbards words of wisdom about gay people.

  • Taffy Sinclair

    OT: My 10 yr old son, I mean “thetan.” was asked if he’s ever heard of Ronald McDonald.

    He looks at me strange and says “No.”

    Thank you G-d!! I’m sorry, thank-you Xemu! & Meepthorpe!

  • Chee Chalker

    Where’s Thorston Owl III? (He looks like an owl)

    • Liberated


  • Panopea Abrupta

    Married to a psych, you can have the occasional moment of doubt.

    You know, you come down in the morning to find a copy of “Modern Male Sexuality”
    casually laying on the dining room table.
    “Is she having a go?”
    Nah, just have a coffee, mate.

    Or ” Death and Dying.”
    Is that a hint or a threat?
    “Abnormal Psychology”?
    A message or a course in preparation?
    Steels you.
    Gets you ready for the worst.
    Relatively speaking, the Bunker is a piece of piss, a doddle, a walk in the park.

    And then there is Danny Masterson.
    Cuts the fricking legs right out from under you, like a scythe.
    Like a hawk striking a flock of small birds on a frosty morning.
    Like the loss of a child.
    I am speechless.
    I am still bereft.
    “Princess” “Joy” Villa, you are but a lie in a rump dress.
    Angry and bereft.
    Gutted, furious.

    This is why.

    No undocumented immigrants have been hurt
    in the creation of this rant.

    • Ella Raitch

      On the other hand, I am glad to read e-books so as not to startle my dear partner about some of he things I read *yikes*

      • Taffy Sinclair

        My dear partner thinks I’m a lil cray…..

    • Taffy Sinclair

      Lil Davey’s on his apple-crate,
      watchin’ all this playa hate

      He wants million Joys’
      but he really like da boys

      Women like Joy Villa be bitches’
      But we $cilon’s use them like pitches!
      Errybody knows SP’s die in ditches
      And when OSA track you down? We know ya’ll snitches!!

  • OmegaPaladin

    I will pass this around to my friends on the right. A woman supporting an organization that condemns gays more than ardent fundamentalists speaking at a gay rally – the hypocrisy is staggering.

    • Todd Tomorrow

      I’ve disconnected from all of my friend’s on the wrongly.”right”. Assholes.

      • OmegaPaladin

        What, did we get a goldenrod from Deviant Miscarriage? Please say yes…

  • You know the saying about rats leaving a sinking ship? Well, it appears that the Scientology vessel is going down and the bad news is they don’t have any lifeboats. It’s sink or swim and us in the wog world are on the shore beckoning you on with open arms. You can get truly free of it. Just jump and swim.

    • Liberated

      So true..I would help anyone that decides to leave, and I know I’m not the only one.

      • Todd Tomorrow

        I have talked two out of going into the Sea Arghh from Narcaloon. When I first started talking to Joe he said he was going to”slit my throat from ear to ear.” Now he writes me nice emails and is married and expecting his second child. Fuck yeah, I;m proud!

        • Wow! The potential violence of dedicated fanatics in Scientology rarely gets a mention but it is a dark under current. This Danny Masterson thing is just one aspect of that. John Duignan has told me that when in the Sea Org he would have killed an SP if ordered to do so and he had weapons training. Nice church eh?

          • Todd Tomorrow

            I’ve always maintained that their has to be many more bodies buried and was given so much shit here for insisting Marty knows more than he’ll ever tell. Some of the M.o’s are too similar..More evil than we’ve ever imagined.

            • All I can say on that one is that hard evidence will speak volumes.

          • Frodis73

            That is scary af, but totally believable….fundamentalists of any stripe are all nuts and all seem willing to die and/or kill for it.

            • Todd Tomorrow

              Flo’s(Barnette) suicide was pretty impossible and so was Quinten’s from a medical perspective. And then their was Shawn Lonsdale who didn’t seem to be depressed at all.

          • Mockingbird

            Fanatics are fanatical. Lots of Scientology cult members go the extra mile.

    • Todd Tomorrow

      You’re a badass and I really respect all you do. Thanks.

    • Mockingbird

      How many people are even left ? They must struggle to man up the orgs at all. Even getting Flag and the LA orgs staffed up is a challenge. The near absolute information control Steve Hassan describes (aka milieu control from Robert Jay Lifton) in the cult to avoid seeing horrible PR must be overwhelming.

      Now Scientology is getting a bit of a break as ninety percent of ALL American media is Trump related. The blue feed is ninety nine percent anti Trump and the red feed is ninety nine percent pro Trump.

      But eventually this will burn out – one way or another. Then Scientology will be in for another rough, rough period. Their best move PR wise to avoid negative attention would be officially say absolutely nothing pro or anti Trump. That’s a way to lay low. So, of course lots of Scientologists see Trump as Hubbard like and gush with praise for him.

    • The good news is that while Hubbard made his victims proud to never even think of going into the lifeboats, the ship is stranded in shallow waters and the victims can simply wade to the shore in the time it takes to watch Leah Remini’s show.

  • The wife of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron… October 23, 1984, UPI

    The judge said he had been inclined to rule in DeWolf’s favor until he received a letter from Hubbard bearing his signature and initials on all seven pages, verified by handwriting experts.

    Gee, wonder if Scientology’s handwriting experts were any better than the dodgy pathologists they bought for the Lisa McPherson cases?

    I mean, Hubbard was still alive, and getting fingerprints was no big deal, but Scientology had a pile of people who could forge Hubbard’s signature, plus the easiest way to fool experts would be to give them a “sample” text written by someone else.

    • Frodis73

      I am glad you brought this up as it has always bothered me. It is kind of mind blowing that they took them at their word and nobody demanded Hubbs show himself. The whole hand writing think never made sense either…I could see if he was dead and there was NO other way to determine if he wrote something or not, but the point of the case was whether or not he was alive in the first darn place! If I had been the judge, I would have told LRH you need to show your ass in my court or my chambers-no excuses. Did that exercise come off as bizarre to anybody else or is it just me?


        In order for DeWolf to be named a trustee, a judge must first decide whether to declare Hubbard legally dead. If it is determined that Hubbard is alive, DeWolf will argue that his father is mentally incompetent to handle his financial affairs, according to his attorney.

        Okay, he’s alive-ish, but how did they prove that he was mentally competent?

        It is bizarre, but most judges aren’t used to dealing with Scientology bizarre overdoses.

  • Todd Tomorrow
  • A message from Chrissie Bixler to Leah Remini and Scientology Leader David Miscavige.

    This is seven weeks old. I’m cross-posting it now because I just discovered it.

    * * * * * BEGIN QUOTATION * * * * *

    chrissiebixler Woman Crush Errrrrrday #wce #balls @leahremini �� Ya know, the truly amazing thing about Scientologists is they absolutely refuse to investigate any of these crimes and abuses and cover ups. Nope. Never. The ones that do get the f*ck out. How can anyone knowingly be apart of an organization that enables sexual violence against women and children, covers it up, threatens and silences the victims, forces women to have abortions against their will, teaches homosexuality is perverted and an aberration and their chronic emotion is covert hostility, works children and adults in the sea org as slaves making grossly $30 a week, forcing family and friends to disconnect from people the church deems “Suppressive” and not to mention wittle church leader David Miscavige completely “squirreled the tech” and built a prison he dubbed “the hole” where he puts members for any reason or no reason at all while he beats and tortures them. Ohhhhh but if you’re a “celebrity” you can be a serial rapist or a drunk or beat women or lie cheat and steal. Just don’t be one of their victims. No, you can be one of their victims, you just take your punishment and never ever tell a soul. ������ regram @scifiology ��

    * * * * * END QUOTATION * * * * *

  • Todd Tomorrow

    This is Baby’s favorite song. She has a poster in her office with some of the lyrics. I” hope you’re doing well Sweetpants.
    Love, Todd and your Bunker buddies

    • Frodis73

      Feel better soon Baby!!

  • Todd Tomorrow
    • Liberated

      I’m sorry man..I’m too cause over life to finish this video…no more!

      • Todd Tomorrow

        But is your case unbugged?

        • Liberated

          And never will be!!!

    • Graham

      “Guaranteeing your personal immortality”. And that’s what it’s all about isn’t it? F*** everything else F*** everyone else, I’ll walk over everyone and everything in order for me personally to attain “immortality”.

      The ultimate religion for narcissists.

  • You know when you have Scientologist in your vicinity, when you have the odd feeling, of someone who is arranging a surprise-party behind your back! – Creepy people!

    • Liberated

      That’s true.

      • lol – they are so effing creepy. Never up front and always arranged so it looks like it’s for your own good. Their good!

      • your up late or early?

        • Liberated

          Late …dad.

          • well well… ha ha

            • Liberated

              Get ready for church son!

            • He he No no no, not me! But i can hear the bells 🙂 Wonder who they are calling in :-O

            • Liberated

              Praise the lord!!!

            • effing minions 🙂

            • Liberated

              Yeah I know…what are ya gonna do?

            • Liberated

              Pray tell, darling….what’s the klf?

            • The church that Justified Ancients of Mu Mu

            • Liberated

              I just remembered something..I’m mad at you..monsieur Dice.

              Why did you say I was French?


              Mon Dieu!!

            • because… small details you present to me leads me to France. Something with my brain i guess 🙂

            • Liberated

              Oh yeah, I work for SMERSH…Paris/office!!

            • I knew it!

            • Liberated

              btw…I ate some of your Nuts yesterday…eh!!

            • aherm! You know what ? I woke up dreaming that Chris Shelton was sitting in my chair and was homeless *lol* so i need those Nuts!

            • Liberated

              Too bad..monsieur!

            • aww! didn’t work! dang

            • Liberated

              You’re going to have to do better than that!

            • Yes… it would be cool if you could use my address in Virginia Beach but wait until next month though.

            • Liberated

              Whenever, do you really have to pay taxes on everything you receive?

            • umm yes/no.. not gifts but who is to determine that. So there are people on that address who will decide what is what, instead of the Scam artist here in Denmark. I have talked to these people and they know the problems i described to them from the last packet. This is why they are there, and also i can then pay for the overseas delivery.

            • btw: That “Post company” here, just went bankrupt, leaving billions in debt, so no wonder how they do this! effing con-men 🙁

            • Liberated

              Oh my…I had no idea it was this complicated.
              If a person sends a gift, it should be treated as a gift, and the recipient should not have to pay anything.
              I don’t think you should be charged at all….government…gets crazier every day, mon ami.

              You might think the u.s. is crazy now, just wait .

            • It is like that, but if this Private company (Gubberment controlled) can get away with just open all the packets from USA (claiming terror security or what ever) and stamp it with import tax. They just do it for the hell of it. A search on google revealed about 3 years of this practice from thousands of complaining customers and they get away with this because people give up, trying to document that it is a Gift. This taxation fraud is worth billions and now the scammers just went bankrupt. Nice people this gubberment!

    • Liberated

      You just described my entire marriage.

      • yeah… and my life too… and the surprise was umm! Never happen but i got out of the eternal loop!

        • Liberated

          The worse part is knowing the whole time it’s that horrible…then realizing there is nothing you can do about it.

  • Observer

    OMX, I have been playing the new Legend of Zelda game since around noon. It is now 2:30 a.m. I’m level for this anymore, and I’m going to pay for it the next couple of days.

    The game is amazing. I had no idea this much time had passed…

    • Relax… your in a time warp!

      • Todd Tomorrow


    • Andrea ‘i-Betty’ Garner

      Isn’t it fantastic? This is easily the best Zelda yet and I’ve loved them all. So happy you’re enjoying it.

  • While it can only count as too little, too late, I would like to apologise on behalf on all Danes who ever picked up a camera…

    At least it’s been decades since I removed my facial hair 🙂

    • Liberated

      Tell that to Dice.

  • Testing this: Independent Scientology News blocked by Joy Villa. Was it something I said? ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    • hmm weird. 2 hours of comments just vanished from me

  • OOkpik

    OT. The Washington eagles are tending two eggs again this year. 🙂

  • Jon S
  • abcxyz

    I’d like to know what her implants are. (no, not the breasts or buttocks)

  • Sejanus

    Does she ever close her pie hole?

  • Anonymous Confused Person

    Sooooooo…the letters visible on the dress when viewed behind are “RUMP”? Fitting.

  • ron_burgundy8957

    f-ing moron. if anyone is going to cut a satanic, money sucking, lecherous, harassing, rip off, unproven cult’s funding, it’s going to be trump, certainly not the party (or family / power base) that was in power in 1993.

  • ithilien

    What real drag queens think about joy villa. ( around 14 min in ) i shudder to think what they are thinking about gays for trump. Not good.

  • Sars Goodwin

    Wow, the Phoebe Price of Scientology!

  • Aliciya

    I like how her wall is curved. She’s trying to promote/sell a waist trainer that supposedly works and makes your waist into a tiny, hourglass shape, but didn’t bother to fix the bad photoshop job.

  • Fink Jonas

    the gays have a message for Joy Villa , Raja and Raven fashion commentators tore her up