David Miscavige sued by former follower

David Miscavige sued

David Miscavige sued — A woman who belonged to the Church of Scientology has filed a lawsuit against the church and its leader David Miscavige sued reprisals, child abuse, human trafficking and forced labor.

The lawsuit was filed Tuesday, June 18, in the Los Angeles County Superior Court, against church leader David Miscavige and 25 unidentified associates.

Accusations include defamation, slander, invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress as well as physical and psychological harm from workplace abuse and human trafficking.

According to a lawyer for the woman identified as Jane Doe, the church has tried to cover up its long history of physical, emotional and sexual abuse of its members, including minors, even though there are several accusations about the abuse of the doctrine.

For its part, the church’s defense mentioned that they will defend themselves vigorously against these unfounded accusations.

The Church of Scientology is characterized as a doctrine that inculcates the discovery of happiness through the understanding of oneself and other individuals as spiritual beings who have forgotten their true immortal nature

The church has an approximate number of 40 thousand followers including Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley, Catherine Bell, Nancy Cartwright, John Travolta, among many others.

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Emy Torres

Emy holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan and currently freelances part-time for The Talking Democrat.