The boys in the Scientology bathhouse are going to pop some barley seeds and tip toe up to David Miscavige’s throne room where they’ll press their ears up against his door and hope to hear Tom Cruise screeching and hollering over a speaker phone call while crying about how he saw Jamie Foxx and HER in Paree!
E! News says that Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes took their down-low love to Paris where Tommy is currently shooting Mission: Impossible 6. They were all just blocks away from each other. Jamie was in Europe shooting Robin Hoodand after it wrapped, he flew to Paris where Katie met him. E!’s source says that FoxHol mostly stayed in their hotel which wasn’t very far from where her ex-master was filming. If Katie paused while blowing raspberries on Jamie Foxx’s luscious chichis and held her ear up, she’d probably hear the sound of Tommy’s Scientology entourage planting sloppy wet kisses on his ass while praising their Jesus’ acting skills as he sashayed into his trailer. “Under his brown eye” (which is Scientologist talk for “under his eye”) is what they’d say as he bid them farewell.
The source says that FoxHol stayed in Paris for only a few days and they left together yesterday on a private jet.
“Jamie wrapped filming on Robin Hood and Katie flew in to Paris to meet him for a few days. Tom Cruise was filming Mission Impossible 6 only a few blocks away, but Katie and Jamie stayed inside their hotel…and didn’t leave.”
The source told E! News Foxx and Holmes were scheduled to return to the United States Tuesday via private jet but were told there was a problem with the plane.
“Jamie had a big smile on his face as they returned to their hotel and snuck in through a private entrance. They were very discreet and made sure to always enter and exit the hotel and the car separately.”
I’d like to think that Jamie was smiling because during the car ride back to the hotel, they drove by the M:I 6 set and when he locked eyes with Tommy, he mouthed the words, “I got your beard now, bitch.”
They didn’t run into each other, but if they did, that would’ve been really awkward. It’s weird enough running into an ex while with your current piece. But imagine being with your current piece and running into the ex who brainwashed you, had his minions install GPS tracking devices into your head, probably threatened to have you imprisoned in Gold Base and hasn’t seen his daughter in forever? Beyond awkward! It’d be more uncomfortable than the time I ran into an ex while wearing the shirt of his I told him I didn’t have.
one thing you can’t deny is that scientology is a byword for “a fucking joke” in todays media everywhere….. seriously, everywhere
“Isn’t it relevant that the star of TheHandmaid’s Tale belongs to a secretive, allegedly oppressive religion?” asks Jezebel’s Anna Merlan, bringing up one of the weirdest things about Hulu’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian feminist classic: the fact that Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss, who plays a woman living under an authoritarian regime that brutalizes its subjects (especiallywomen), is, in real life, a proud member of Scientology… an authoritarian regime that brutalizes its subjects (especially women). So that’s why Moss’ performance feels hollow, and—UGH. SOMEBODY’S FACETIMING US, DEARS. “Ann, your feeble lady-brain cannot grasp the complexities of The Handmaid’s Tale!” screeched EmperorKlaaktu—Warlord of Rigel VII, Scientology’s Chief Spokesalien, and someone whose number we really need to block. “Look, I enjoy your stupid little column as much as anyone else who skims it for two minutes on the bus,” Klaaktu continued, “but you have got to get off this anti-Scientology kick! I’ll tell you what I told Lizzy when she asked my permission to take the role: The Handmaid’s Taleis awonderfuldepiction of an ideal society, and shall serve as a glorious inspiration to all! So catch new episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale every Wednesday on Hulu—starring the phenomenal Elisabeth Moss, who is not brainwashed at all, by the way! Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to make sure all the subliminal references to thetan ghosts made it into Tom Cruise’s The Mummy. See it in IMAX and get a free personality test after the screening!”
The mother of Jim Carrey’s late girlfriend has blasted the actor yet again in their ongoing wrongful death lawsuit, blaming him for her daughter’s suicide.
Now, she’s even demanding the judge shut down Carrey’s subpoenas over medical records in the case!
Brigid Sweetman, the mother of Cathriona White, sued Carrey for wrongful death, accusing the comedian of giving her daughter multiple STD’s throughout the course of their relationship.
Sweetman said Carrey’s “fixers” succeeded in convincing White to stay silent on the matter, causing her severe emotional pain in the months before her overdose on Ambien, Percocet and Propranolol — drugs Sweetman claims Carrey provided her with.
White’s mother sued demanding general damages, funeral and burial expenses and punitive damages.
Carrey has vehemently denied all allegations against him, insisting he didn’t give prescription pills to his ex-girlfriend — she stole them.
Meanwhile, Mark Burton, White’s estranged husband, filed a separate wrongful death lawsuit against the actor. A judge ultimately combined the two cases.
Most recently, Sweetman and Burton headed to court, demanding the judge reject subpoenas Carrey fired off in an attempt to obtain White’s medical records.
According to court documents, Carrey sent multiple subpoenas to Providence Saint John’s Hospital, as well as other doctors who treated White, requesting all medical records from December 2011 to September 2015.
Sweetman and Burton argue that the subpoenas invade White’s privacy, physician-patient privilege and psychotherapist-patient privilege.
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Scientology linked anti-psychiatry exhibit in DTES concerns mental health workers
Exhibit titled Psychiatry: Industry of Death tries to discredit science behind mental illness
By Jon Hernandez, CBC News Posted: May 10, 2017 4:05 PM PT Last Updated: May 10, 2017 4:08 PM PT
Vancouver’s Corin Heinrichs was walking home from work when she saw a startling portrait of a young girl who had committed suicide.
The image declared her death was caused by anti-depressants.
The portrait is one of many on display at a travelling exhibit called Psychiatry: An Industry of Death. It recently opened in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and has direct ties to the Church of Scientology — a controversial religion that actively discredits the science behind psychiatry.
“It made me really angry,” said Heinrichs, who has struggled with anxiety. “My family has a history of mental illness … and it seemed like [organizers] were using scare tactics to keep people from getting help.”
Heinrichs isn’t the only person unnerved by the anti-psychiatric display. Many mental health workers fear the exhibit could negatively sway vulnerable people living through B.C.’s deadly opioid crisis from seeking help.
A self-proclaimed ‘watchdog’
The exhibit, lined with archaic images of torture chambers and the Holocaust, was organized by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights — a self-proclaimed mental health watchdog co-founded by the Church of Scientology and psychiatrist Thomas Szasz in the 1960s.
The group’s national coordinator, Angela Ilasi, says they’re advocating against the use of mental health medications. The CCHR alleges that psychiatrists often wrongly diagnose people with mental illnesses and that medications do more harm than good.
“No scientists knows the correct balance of chemicals in any person’s brain,” Ilasi said.
Now, the group is spreading its message inside Vancouver’s most vulnerable neighbourhood.
“We’ve had almost 1,700 people come through our doors in the last two weeks, and many of them are from the Downtown Eastside,” said Ilasi. “They very much appreciate this because they are struggling.”
“Instead of being helped when they went to the mental health industry … they were instead given more drugs, given more labels,” she added.
Local mental health workers fear the message could be disastrous for people battling addiction in the Downtown Eastside — a community that’s been devastated by the province’s deadly opioid crisis.
“It could arguably be construed as irresponsible to frame psychiatrists as a non-resource for people experiencing difficulty with mental illness and/or addiction,” said Jonny Morris, senior research director at B.C.’s Canadian Mental Health Association. “They are a critical resource.”
Morris says symptoms of mental illnesses including depression, schizophrenia and addiction are very real and often devastating and that psychiatric treatment — including medication and/or therapy — can alleviate those symptoms dramatically.
He says the images on display at the exhibit are dated and misleading.
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“What people are walking past down [West] Pender is a very thin snapshot [of psychiatry] with images that are probably likely to create a lot of fear.”
“I would worry that people might not seek help because of what they see.”
Morris admits psychiatry isn’t always the answer to battling mental health and addictions; rather, its part of a complex whole — one that includes doctors, psychologists, social workers, and counsellors. He says it’s more important to make treatment more accessible.
As Corin Heinrichs can attest, asking for help isn’t easy.
“It takes a lot of courage to find that help,” she said.
For the last two years, Heinrichs has used medication to treat her anxiety. She says it feels like she can finally breathe.
“We shouldn’t be pushing people away — we should be encouraging them to do whatever they need to do to get healthy.”
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Cruise management: Hi, us again… can you make Tom look like a norm one more time?
Media Mag PR desk: Shit man, no one believes this shit and it makes us look even dumber than our readers…
Cruise management: We’ll double the cheque.
Media Mag PR desk: (Sigh)… okay…
That 70’s Show actor and Scientologist Danny Masterson is hiring a big-name lawyer, RadarOnline.com has learned, as he prepares to battle rape accusations.
As Radar has reported, three different women, who were all Scientologists at the time of the incidents, have accused Masterson of rape between 2001 and 2003. He has strongly denied the claims.
Mesereau is most famous for defending Michael Jackson in the 2005 child molestation trial. The singer was acquitted on all 14 counts. He’s also represented boxer Mike Tyson, actor Robert Blake and music mogul Suge Knight.
According to Ortega, Mesereau has already contacted the LAPD to tell them that Masterson denies the rape allegations. He and private investigator Scott Ross are now gathering their own witnesses back up Masterson’s claims.
Details of the alleged assault claims are disturbing, as Radar has revealed.
One alleged victim “went to bed and when she woke up [she] was bleeding from her anus,” the report alleged. She “confronted [Masterson] and he laughed at her and told her he had sex with her in her anus.”
Masterson’s rep previously told Radar they were aware of the rape allegations from one of Masterson’s exes.
“The alleged incident occurred in the middle of their six-year relationship, after which she continued to be his longtime girlfriend,” the rep claimed.
“We are aware also that approximately 14 years ago a woman referred to in the blog made allegations of sexual assault and the LAPD interviewed numerous witnesses and determined the claim had no merit.”
Masterson’s rep at the time told E! News it was all a publicity stunt for Remini’s own television expose.
“Based on reading the anti-Scientology blog that posted this story, these false allegations appear to be motivated to boost Leah Remini’s anti-Scientology television series since [the accuser] only came forward after connecting with Leah Remini,” the rep said.
latest Krustie tweets where I’m pretty sure she just read her Globe story
Yo-yo dieter Kirstie Alley indulges in ice cream and cigarette as she makes a Dairy Queen pit stop
This star clearly does not do cheat days by halves.
Kirstie Alley decided to skip the clean living for a day, as she made a Dairy Queen pit stop.
The 66-year-old and a pal treated themselves at a Bradenton, Florida, truck stop recently.
Roadside cheat day: Kirstie Alley decided to skip the clean living for a day, as she made a Dairy Queen pit stop in Bradenton, Florida
The duo pulled in during a road trip for some classic roadside dinning – Dairy Queen.
The Cheers star grabbed herself a soft serve while her friend went the extra mile and got hers dipped in chocolate.
The famed Scientologist decided to be extra naughty, also grabbing a pack of cigarettes at the adjoining gas station.
Showing off her multitasking skills, the star combined smoking and eating her ice cream.
Tasty treats: The Cheers star grabbed herself a soft serve while her friend went the extra mile and got hers dipped in chocolate
All in: The famed Scientologist decided to be extra naughty, also grabbing a pack of cigarettes at the adjoining gas station
Not a winning combo: Showing off her multitasking skills, the star combined smoking and eating her ice cream
Yo-yo dieter: The star’s weight has fluctuated dramatically over the years.
With a smoke in one hand and a cone in the other, the Drama Queens actress alternated between the two.
Polishing off the ice cream before it melted was the number one priority, and the star made quick work of the tasty treat.
With the dessert gone, Kirstie was able to concentrate on smoking her cigarette before jumping back in the car to head to their final destination, Miami.
Back and forth: With a smoke in one hand and a cone in the other, the Drama Queens actress alternated between the two
Time to focus: Polishing off the ice cream before it melted was the number one priority, and the star made quick work of the tasty treat
For her road trip, the iconic star dressed casually opting for a pair of tight black pants and a purple and white striped T-shirt.
The star wore a gold bag across her body along with her phone case, which was on a long strap.
She finished off her look with a pair of lace-up shows and tortoiseshell sunglasses.
Keeping it casual: For her road trip, the iconic star dressed casually opting for a pair of tight black pants and a purple and white striped T-shirt
While everyone deserves a cheat day and something sweet sometimes, Kirstie’s dedication to natural and organic products seems at odds with her smoking.
Kirstie has a vitamins company called Organic Liaisons, which is sold via Jenny Craig.
The actress has Jenny Craig to thank for her 50 pound weight loss, which she has maintained for two years.
Different approach: Polishing off the ice cream before it melted was the number one priority, and the star made quick work of the tasty treat
She told People earlier this year that she remains on the diet plan: ‘I’m on maintenance, so I have one Jenny Craig meal a day and then I’m on my own, but I also have my Jenny Craig consultant, so if I feel like I’m going awry, I just call her and she gives me some tips and a pep talk.
‘I can have anything I want, I’m just counting the calories. I know how many calories 6 oz. of tenderloin is. I know that pasta is 200 calories in a cup.
‘So as long as I keep steady that way, and count it up, it’s easy to count because I know how many calories those foods that I really love are.’
Diet champion: The actress has Jenny Craig to thank for her 50 pound weight loss, which she has maintained for two years.