Reporter Sues Scientology’s Drug Rehab Facility, Alleges She Witnessed Sex for Drugs
— Tony Ortega (@TonyOrtega94) April 6, 2013
As we mentioned this morning, yet another lawsuit was filed yesterday against Narconon Arrowhead, Scientology’s flagship drug rehab facility in eastern Oklahoma which was featured last night on NBC’s Rock Center for its many controversies.
We have the complaint now, which we’ve posted below, and we’ll run down some of the interesting details. This makes the eleventh lawsuit filed recently against Narconon Arrowhead, but what makes this one somewhat unique is that it was filed by a local newspaper reporter who says she was harmed when she went through the program in 2009 and 2010.
And like others, she says she saw employees of Narconon trading drugs for sex.
Gary Smith, what are you running in Oklahoma?
Petersen also alleges that she witnessed employees “selling medications to the patients in exchange for money, sex or other trade, similar to an inhumane third world country.”
Let’s hope that the state legislature of the great state of Oklahoma acts swiftly and decisively to
permanently shut down Narconon
and meter out justice for any crimes that were committed there.