My Tom Cruise audition http://t.co/Gi3Sfm3Vn9
— Anette Iren (@AnetteIren) August 26, 2013
Today the news broke in the magazine Woman’s Day in Australia about my 2005 audition to be Tom Cruise’s next wife.
The story was picked up online by Tony Ortega, read his post here.
— Tampa Bay Times (@TB_Times) August 22, 2013
By Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, Times Staff Writers
Wednesday, August 21, 2013 8:34pm
A Texas judge has issued a temporary restraining order against Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, two church entities and two men alleged to be church operatives — part of a lawsuit that contends they have waged a campaign of surveillance, dirty tricks, intimidation and harassment against the wife of a church critic.
Monique Rathbun, 41, filed the lawsuit last week in Comal County, Texas, near San Antonio. She is married to Marty Rathbun, a former church executive who once worked at Miscavige’s side but since 2009 has been a high-profile critic of the leader.
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— RadarOnline.com (@radar_online) August 21, 2013
— Tony Ortega (@TonyOrtega94) August 16, 2013
Reblogged from The Underground Bunker:
We’re still hearing from people about the Church of Scientology’s denials that it forces “disconnection” on members who have been excommunicated (“declared a suppressive person”).
Cindy Plahuta, of Colorado, has a sadly typical story of how she learned about disconnection. After more than 20 years in the church, she became concerned about things she couldn’t ignore — that the president of the Church of Scientology International, Heber Jentzsch, has reportedly been a prisoner of “The Hole” since about 2004, for example.
Scientology's 'alien space cathedral and spaceship landing pad' revealed… http://t.co/yCJp4i9RJ7
— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 16, 2013
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— Tony Ortega (@TonyOrtega94) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini has taken a surprising new step, the Underground Bunker has learned.
After speaking with the Los Angeles Police Department, we have confirmed that on Wednesday Remini filed a missing-person report for Scientology leader David Miscavige’s wife, Shelly Miscavige, who has not been seen in public in six years.
From Tony Ortega:
LAPD Officer Gregory Baek tells us that detectives have made contact with Shelly Miscavige and now consider the case closed and classified as “unfounded.”
(That news started filtering out a few hours ago, first with an unnamed LAPD source to the New York Daily News.)
But here’s the thing. Our sources tell us that Leah Remini, who filed the report earlier this week, had not been briefed by the LAPD and was told the case was still open late this afternoon.
We asked Officer Baek — Would the LAPD begin telling the press and public that the case was closed without briefing the person who made the missing-person report?
“That depends on the situation and the case, and the detective will decide which will get first,” he told us. “I don’t know exactly what happened.”
Well, that’s reassuring.
So the public still has no confirmation on where Shelly Miscavige is, what condition she’s in, and why she hasn’t been seen at church events in the last seven years.
And Leah Remini, as far as we know, has received no answers to her questions.
WHERE IS SHELLY MISCAVIGE?
Leah Remini reports wife of Scientology boss missing… http://t.co/ys42977nLV
— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 9, 2013
Scientology Revolt: Ex-Church Star Leah Remini Files Missing Person Report With LAPD Over Long-Unseen Wife Of Leader http://t.co/VFi657Zf5J
— RadarOnline.com (@radar_online) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini calls the Cops on the Church of Scientology http://t.co/niXXu1CmtJ
— The Atlantic Wire (@TheAtlanticWire) August 8, 2013
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini Files Missing Person Report for Scientology Leader David Miscavige's Wife http://t.co/AiOQQoCabG
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini files missing persons report for Scientology leader's wife http://t.co/0WLBsdzSX0
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMailUS) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini Is Coming For David Miscavige: Former Scientology Leah Remini quoted Newport-smoking philosopher D… http://t.co/Ou9Syrw3VQ
— Dlisted (@itsdlisted) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini and the mystery of the Scientology leader's missing wife http://t.co/fq9z7cfQQJ
— Jezebel (@Jezebel) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini files missing persons report about the whereabouts of Church of Scientology leader's wife. http://t.co/hSQqe3rPSG
— EntertainmentTonight (@ETonlineAlert) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini Filed A Missing Persons Report On David Miscavige’s Wife? DAMN. http://t.co/drMxemxgxX
— The Superficial (@thesuperficial) August 8, 2013
— UniNews Entertain (@UniNewsEnt) August 8, 2013
— Nicole Bella Remini (@nicoleremini) August 8, 2013
— Wonderwall MSN (@WonderwallMSN) August 8, 2013
Former Scientologist Leah Remini filed a LAPD missing persons report for long unseen wife of leader David Miscavige: http://t.co/iqboyxq1bN
— Starcasm (@starcasm) August 8, 2013
There really is no two ways about it, David Miscavige belongs in prison. #Scientology
— John S. Christen (@TheTock) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini — Reportedly Files Missing Persons Report for Scientology Leader's Wife http://t.co/x6WwnXYua2
— TMZ (@TMZ) August 8, 2013
— Yahoo! (@Yahoo) August 8, 2013
— leagoldman (@leagoldman) August 8, 2013
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) August 8, 2013
— BI: Entertainment (@tbithewire) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini — Reportedly Files Missing Persons Report for Scientology Leader’s Wife: Report: Leah ReminiFiles … http://t.co/9VllUqSZEu
— Celebrity Gossip (@CelebrityHG) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini files missing persons report for church leader’s wife http://t.co/xnE7ojHFH6
— Toronto Sun (@TheTorontoSun) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini deals Scientology new blow http://t.co/GNtQ79HL9L
— MercNews (@mercnews) August 8, 2013
— Social Reader (@wpsocialreader) August 9, 2013
Leah Remini files missing person report for Scientology leader's wife, Shelly Miscavige http://t.co/4FJEdaqmez
— HuffPost Celebrity (@HuffPostCeleb) August 8, 2013
Report: Leah Remini files missing person report on Scientology leader's wife http://t.co/fWmMvizOSI
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 8, 2013
Leah Remini Files Missing Persons Report For Scientology Leader's Wife http://t.co/LBjBfvlm0d
— WHO Magazine (@WHOmagazine) August 9, 2013
Leah Remini files police report on Scientology leader's wife http://t.co/qxBYmt0v64
— LAT Entertainment (@LATimesEnt) August 9, 2013
Leah Remini has filed a Missing Person report after leaving the Church of Scientology–who's missing? http://t.co/6I8gRETbbL
— E! Online (@eonline) August 9, 2013
Leah Remini's Scientology Mystery Solved: Missing Person Case for Shelly Miscavige Now Closed, Per LAPD http://t.co/OzHhj0MpTK
— E! News (@ENews) August 9, 2013
Leah Remini files missing person report for Scientology leader's wife http://t.co/zqKJ6eaEhK
— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) August 9, 2013
Hours after Leah Remini filed a missing person report for #Scientology leader’s wife, the LAPD told ABC News, "The case is closed."
— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 9, 2013
LAPD Dismisses Leah Remini's Missing Person Report on Wife of Scientology Leader http://t.co/xbvr9pJx3g
— Nightline (@Nightline) August 9, 2013
— Fox411 Editors (@Fox411) August 2, 2013
…Mark “Marty” Rathbun, a former top-tier Scientology official who worked under church leader David Miscavige, left the organization in 2004, claiming Miscavige was ordering abuse and beatings. Rathbun says Scientology is doubtlessly working to mitigate the damage from Remini’s departure.
“(The church) will step up their ‘human rights’ public relations campaign. When I exposed the prison camp operated by their chairman, David Miscavige, they spent millions on events, releases and videos attempting to position themselves as ‘human rights’ advocates,” Rathbun continued. “Since Leah raised the issue of the imprisonment of Miscavige’s own wife, it is likely you will see more Scientology PR on being ‘human rights’ advocates.’”