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Jason Beghe’s Life After Scientology: ‘I Was in a Cult’

The ‘Chicago P.D.’ star opens up about smoking pot with John F. Kennedy Jr., defecting from Scientology, and why ‘this country is a cult.’

Marlow Stern

MARLOW STERN 01.04.17 10:18 AM ET

As Chicago P.D.’s Hank Voight, he is a broken man haunted by his felonious past. The tragic loss of his wife to ovarian cancer and the brutal murder of his wayward son have further reduced him to a font of rage; a man armed with a badge, a gun, and a grudge against the world. He wears the pain in his voice, which sounds like a rusty gravel truck barreling down a dirt road.

“When puberty hit, I went down low and there was some gravel,” says Jason Beghe, who plays Officer Voight. “But I was in a very serious car accident in ’99—broke my neck, my back in a couple of places, all of my ribs, both of my lungs. I was in a coma for three and a half weeks. When I would come out of the coma, since I was intubated from being on life support, I would pull the tube out and it made it even more fucked up.”

He looks off in the distance and laughs. “It’s good for Voight—not so good when I have to play the sweet dad. But it’s good with my kids. They’re good kids, but when I say, Hey, it’s time to clean up, they do it.”

Beghe, 56, appears to be in a very good place now. The journeyman actor, who’s starred in films like Thelma & Louise and G.I. Jane and popped up on TV series ranging from Melrose Place to Everwood, is in his fourth season as the lead of Chicago P.D., the finest in procedural wizard Dick Wolf’s stable of Chicago-set shows.

We’re pulled up at a bar inside of the Lagunitas brewery in Chicago, where NBC is hosting a sprawling press day for their Chicago lineup, and Beghe is beaming. He recently had the pleasure of taking his kids to see the Chicago Cubs square off against the Cleveland Indians in the World Series, where the Cubs would eventually break a 108-year championship drought.

But his recent Cubs fandom aside—a product, he says, of filming his show in the Windy City—Beghe is a New Yorker through and through. He attended the Collegiate School, an elite private prep school for blue-blooded New York City boys, where his two best pals were John F. Kennedy, Jr. and David Duchovny.

“You have no idea the friends I had!” he boasts, smiling. “I used to hang out with Andy Warhol, Truman Capote. Harry Belafonte was my second father growing up. But I was very close with John. His mother took me to Europe my first time. The Secret Service would watch us, but they were great! We would joke around with them and they stayed out of the way. We could sneak out and smoke pot. They gave us our space.”

He even convinced JFK Jr. and Duchovny to pursue acting. As for his own career, Beghe first worked as a model in Europe before making his film debut in 1985’s Compromising Positions, alongside Susan Sarandon. Since then, he’s bounced around from TV show to TV show, making the occasional film appearance along the way.

“It’s funny,” he says. “I’m not a very ambitious guy and I don’t have goals, which makes me a pain in the ass to certain people in my life. But my favorite quote, as a person and as an artist, came from Picasso. Somebody asked him once how you plan a painting like Guernica, and he looked at him and said, ‘I paint the picture to find out what it looks like.’ I try to live my life like that—moment-to-moment. It keeps it exciting.”

This live in the moment approach has its downsides, too. In 1994, while taking an acting class taught by famed acting coach and Scientologist Milton Katselas, Beghe began studying Scientology. By the mid-2000s, he’d risen to the level of OT, or “Operating Thetan”—the “highest state” according to the controversial religion—and had given an estimated $1 million of his earnings to Scientology. He was featured in ads for the church, and sang its praises at Scientology events.

Then, in 2007, he left Scientology. The following April, he sat down for a two-hour interview in which he spoke out against the Church of Scientology, calling it “dangerous for your spiritual, psychological, mental, emotional health.” The video went viral, attracting millions of viewers worldwide, as well as condemnation from the church.

“I don’t really think about it much—which is good,” Beghe says of Scientology. “I went through some shit. One never knows how much of it is still influencing you, because you don’t know what you don’t know.”

I ask him if he has any regrets about donating $1 million of his money to what he claims is a toxic organization. “I don’t think about it. I make plenty of money now, and you look at my life now and maybe think, oh, he’s doing great, but there are always new sets of problems,” he offers. “There’s a case to be made that this success has a lot to do with that failure. It’s chiaroscuro. It’s light and dark. It’s the way it is. And sometimes the darker it is, that makes that light even more beautiful, and more important, and rare, and worth something. That’s part of my story. It’s who I was at that moment, and I’m sure it has something to do with who I am now.”

Ever since defecting from the church, Beghe has—along with Leah Remini—become one of the foremost Scientology celebrity whistleblowers. He’s appeared at several protests and events speaking out against the religion, and famously featured in Alex Gibney’s Scientology docu-exposé Going Clear—the impact of which, he claims, has been significant.

“I don’t think it is business as usual. I think that place is suffering. I’m careful, because I don’t care what anybody believes, but I’m not into people hurting my people,” he says. “My problem with Scientology had to do with the superstructure of the organization—and [David] Miscavige is the superstructure of the organization. I’m not going to sit by and watch someone beat the shit out of some old lady; I’m going to do something about it. That’s who I am.”

Jamie DeWolf, the great-grandson of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, once compared the practice to a “pyramid scheme” in which adherents pay large sums of money to enroll in courses and move up levels—only to be inundated with more and more expensive courses.

“One of the things I realized when I was extricating myself is there are many, many steps when you’re in this thing, and then I realized, Holy shit, that’s a fucking cultWow! I was in a cult? I don’t strike me as someone who would be in a cult,” says Beghe.

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“And then I realized, maybe it’s true maybe it’s not, but in my opinion—which is just an opinion—I don’t think there’s anybody that isn’t in a cult. Everybody’s in a cult. This country is a cult. I see the indoctrination going on from the get-go,” he continues. “I have children and I see them pledge allegiance to the flag, and they don’t know what they’re doing. They don’t know! You should be able to make that choice yourself. And then I’m buying this type of toothpaste because, well, it’s advertising. It’s bullshit. It helped me develop a mantra that I try to keep, which is: The only thing I know is that I don’t know. That helped me get out of Scientology, because I didn’t know what I’d learned from my parents, society, or Scientology. What’s myreaction?”

While Beghe was a high-ranking member of the Church of Scientology, he was forced to distance himself from his best pal Duchovny, whom the church branded a “suppressive person,” or SP—a perceived enemy of the church who is possessed of an “antisocial personality” and a danger to those around them.

Years later, after Beghe had left Scientology, he reconnected with Duchovny, and the two had a wild night discussing his time in church. He’d later star in 13 episodes of Duchovny’s critically acclaimed Showtime series Californication.

“Scientology affected our relationship in that we didn’t get to enjoy each other as much as we could have,” Beghe confesses. “But after having gone through that, our reunion was that much better. When we started talking about this shit, I remember that day distinctly—I was laughing so fucking hard and so was he. We couldn’t get our faces off the floor. We fell down laughing, stomach hurting, at how fucking absurd this shit is.”

“A friendship like that, I don’t think you can get further apart,” he adds. “There might be distance and other things that give you the illusion that you’re not closer, but I think we all love each other, and it’s just about getting all the lies out of the way so you can truly appreciate it.”

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/01/04/jason-beghe-s-life-after-scientology-i-was-in-a-cult.html

Arnaldo Lerma During settlement negotiations for RTC vs Lerma, BPI vs Factnet, and Wollersheim collection case, they were offering 9-12 million cash, if LW, myself and Mr. Robert Penny, all ex members, would GO AWAY and never speak out again.

When Monique Yingling showed up to attend the negotiations we knew they were serious, because she had the big checkbook…

There was a line in the 50 page settlement proposal that was quite odd… Imagine being so desperate to continue to conceal your FRAUD by claiming religion… that you include a line like this for all three of us to sign, for THE MONEY.

“I agree and believe that scientology is a bona-fide religion”

Lesson: be suspect of anyone who refers to it as church or religion…it is the ONLY reason this FRAUD exists at all.

End-o-rant

https://youtu.be/Kxqt5msaVVg

ABC 20/20

Some somewhat random observations about the 20/20 show last night.

First, I am sure that scientology and David Miscavige HATED the show. They hate anything that is not presenting total puff PR for scientology. If it is not just glamour shots of scientology buildings, glowing statements by glazed-eyed “winning” scientologists or images of Miscavige yanking ribbons on new empty buildings, then it is “suppressive propaganda spread by merchants of chaos.”

Miscavige does have reason to be upset. This show exposed a lot of the bad aspects of scientology to a larger audience than the A&E Show. For that, ABC 20/20 deserves kudos.

They also deserve a pat on the back for devoting an hour to this program. CBS and NBC have not done so.

That being said — this show left a LOT to be desired.

It was a disjointed hash of random pieces of information. Clearly they had put a show together and at the last minute, scientology insisted that they interview Muffins Yingling. And, because NOBODY gets to interview “scientology” spokespeople these days, they took this as a “we cannot pass up” opportunity. So they shoe-horned her stuff in. It was both a good and a bad move.

The single most noteworthy thing about the whole show (not just to me, see Twitter and the comments on the 20/20 site) was how bad Muffins was. She looked terrible. Her answers were evasive and inconsistent. And she looked like she was in one of those movies where people try to blink out morse code messages when they are being forced to do a video to prove they are alive for a kidnapping extortion plot. Ms. Yingling is NOT a scientologist. Despite working for Miscavige for 25+ years, she has never had any auditing and never done a scientology course (she is a failed dissemination cycle).  She knows nothing about auditing, sec checking, TR’s or anything else — just what she has “been told.”  And that alone is a serious indictment of scientology, the masters of communication and the shatterers of suppression have not a single scientologist who can go on TV to represent them.

But in some ways, this has its upsides. There is no scientologist in history who could maintain a straight face answering questions about Joburg sec checks and TR’s like she did. Everyone who has ever done TR 0 bullbait knows she was lying. Everyone who has done Grade 2 knows she was lying. And it is “easier” for someone who does NOT know, to lie. But that being said, ironically Muffins COULD use some TR 0 — she blinks 100 times a minute and apparently has a hard time looking at Dan Harris.

So, she showed the world what a “scientologist” looks and acts like (even though she isn’t one). But of course, because of the amount of screen time she was afforded, she managed to spout a lot of the scientology “PR lines”, though I suspect few believed a word she said.

The lengths 20/20 went to in order to present scientology’s “side” was sad. Tons of footage of scientology buildings and events (and I note they saw the error of their ways so EVERY shot now has extras populating it). Repeatedly asking questions based on the “dead agenting” allegations of scientology about Leah and me and anyone else on the show. Perhaps unlike any other news media, 20/20  act as surrogates for scientology. They talk about “alleged” PI’s following (even though it was DOCUMENTED right on the show that they were PI’s). They slight Leah calling her a “semi-professional anti-scientologist” and allow the church to claim “Leah is just doing this for money” without asking Muffins the obvious question — is she doing it for money. Muffins has absolutely NO dog in the fight, as she says, she raised her sons Catholic. No family members disconnected from her. Nobody comes to her with their lives having been devastated. So, in fact, she is exclusively doing the dirty work for money and NO other reason.

20/20 cobbled together footage from old interviews with me and Marty Rathbun. It was weird and very out of context.

I thought Serge Gil was very relatable, credible and heartbreaking. But they did not even skim the surface of his story – as powerful as it was, it was a completely watered down rendition of what I know Serge has to tell.

When it comes right down to it, the final question Leah asked Dan Harris was the most telling of all. When asked what he thought about scientology losing its tax exempt status he proclaimed it was not his job to have such an opinion. Leah summed up what everyone watching it felt “Dan, you’re an asshole.”

Just imagine Dan Harris and his team doing a show about defectors from North Korea. Would they fill half the show with phony footage of the worker’s paradise provided by the N. Korean propaganda ministry? Would they give credence to the North Korean spokesperson who came on the show claiming the defectors were all just doing it for money as “professional anti-North Koreans”? It would be absurd. And Dan Harris would not be “neutral” about whether N. Korea should be prevented from violating human rights.

Of course, 20/20 could argue that Scientology is not N. Korea.  That would be true. But it is perhaps even MORE outrageous and newsworthy that these abuses are happening right here in the United States!  20/20 have been “investigating” scientology for YEARS. They know the people they have interviewed (a LOT more than those you saw on the show) have told them the truth. They KNOW and yet they don’t have the courage to do real investigative journalism. They try to be “objective” and “balanced,” but that sort of “neutrality” is NOT compatible with true investigative journalism, which at its core is someone with the courage to uncover and expose what others have been unwilling or unable to reveal to the world. Sure, give those whose dirty laundry is being exposed a chance to respond, but don’t give them a free pass to present their propaganda without challenging THEM on what they have discovered. Dan Harris is no Mike Wallace. But he could be. He has more material than Mike Wallcae ever had. He is just lacking one thing. Mike Wallace’s balls.

http://www.mikerindersblog.org/abc-2020/

Since ‘Aftermath’ started airing, I’ve been inviting friends and neighbors, who previously had little to no interest in $cientology, over to watch. I started doing this for two reasons. First and foremost, I wanted to see the reaction of people who don’t have all the back story information of long time critics and exes. And second, to hopefully get them interested enough to get involved in the fight. At least to the point of writing letters to Congress, etc., if nothing else.

Last night I had about a dozen people, who are a mix of Catholics, Protestants, Unitarians, Jews, Hindus, atheists, and don’t want to talk about it, over to watch the 20/20 episode. During, and shortly after, the show they were also calling other friends for reactions to things being shown or said. Overall, $cientology did not come off well. At all. And none of them, not even one of the phoned friends, came away believing anything Yingling had to say, except, “That’s what I was told.” Some of their reactions are scattered around in my comments yesterday. Today I want to get them in one place, to give an idea how “regular folk” who are new to this are reacting to last nights show.

In no particular order:

– First question asked in the group, “Why does she (Yingling) blink so much? Especially when she’s asked a question?”

– When they actually read some of the “SecCheck” questions for 6-14 year olds off the sheet for themselves, then heard Yingling’s BS response to it, I’ll just say it’s a good thing she wasn’t in the same room as them.

– When Serge explained about kids being “ancient Thetans” in young bodies, so their old enough to handle anything to Dan, my neighbors about fell out of their chairs. Several people reacted with, “Does that mean they think it’s okay for an adult to have sex with a kid?”

– The reaction to Yingling calling Serge’s story a lie was overwhelmingly, “Who’s got the tars and feathers? That b*tch needs a ride out of town on a rail.”

– My Catholic neighbors were, “That’s not how confession is supposed to work!”, in reaction to the ‘SecCheck’ sheets. They couldn’t believe $cientology actually has printed “confessional” question sheets. Especially with such intrusive questions on them.

– When it was mentioned Auditing and SecCheck sessions were recorded, the general reaction was, “That’s not a church, it’s an extortion racket. Why aren’t they being investigated?”

– Pretty much any time Yingling opened her mouth, the reaction was, “Lying sack of sh*t.”

– Yingling’s obvious insincerity made the exes who spoke out all the more believable.

– Everyone noticed $cientology was heavy with ad hominem attacks, and never really addressed the issues being raised by critics and exes. It went a long way towards validating what critics and exes have been saying about $cientology’s ‘Fair Game’ practices all along. The concensus was, “My God! This is a church?”

– Most of the group couldn’t understand why a non-$cientologist was on the show answering questions for $cientology. If not Miscavige, they thought it should have been some high level $cientologist executive/clergy. I had to explain these days there are no high level $cientologist executive/clergy except for Miscavige.

– Serge vs Yingling, someone quipped a local saying, “If I had to buy a cabbage, I’d take his. Hers are full of worms.”

– General reaction to the ‘Squirrel Busters’ segment, “Are those idiots for real?”

– General reaction to Serge getting help from a psychiatrist, “After what they did to him? Thank God!”

– General reaction to $cientology’s attacks on psychiatry, “Assholes!”

In summary:

Yingling: “I was told…”
Exes: “I experienced…”
Yingling: “All the exes are lying…”
Neighbors watching with me, “WTF?!? Yingling’s just parroting what $cientology told her to say. She doesn’t have a clue what’s actually going on.”

I posted the following on the ABC 20/20 Facebook Page on last night’s episode:

“As a born-in Scientologist and former Sea Org member, the lawyer last night LIED about disconnection. You do not get declared a suppressive person for ONLY speaking out publicly. I ONLY started talking out publicly after I was declared a suppressive person and LOST my youngest son and my WHOLE scientology side of the family. What a bunch of BS. ABC you have so many stories on film that you have not shown to prove this! I was on for a few minutes on the April 29th episode and I watched you record many others who had horrific stories of disconnection and they have not been shown. You could seriously do another episode or two just on that. However, I will say that the church was shown to be a bunch of liars. Monique Yingling is NOT a scientologist, she is not paying ungodly amounts of money to them, she is not experiencing the mind boggling mental torture they put you through. She actually knows nothing. If David Miscavige cannot come forward to dispute our claims face to face, then they have no credibibility whatsoever. I will be writing an article up onMikeRindersBlog.orgwith the written PROOF of disconnection next week. My family’s story will also be aired on the Finale of Scientology And The Aftermath on Tuesday.”

Dear Johnny and Casey Feffer you should be fucking ashamed  your mother makes her money from the family destroying cult known as scientology!

Okay, if this blind item is true I’m pretty sure #DavidMiscavige will have to leave the country

….this could also explain why Yingling is the new PR mouthpiece 

…..you have to stop and wonder how efficient scientology is at brainwashing that they can even blinker their followers to plainly evident condoning of sexual child abuse direct from their leader’s mouth

… scientologists really should stay off twitter as all they can do is shoot themselves in the foot… look at this idiot!

…speaking of Jehovah’s Witnesses

… and this spokes-hole is too chicken to even tweet directly to Leah Remini, what a pathetic scared piece of shit he is…. bok, bok, bok!!!

John Travolta Is Hydra, It’s All Over For Us Now

Mike Redmond | January 9, 2017 – 10:35 am

“You see, if you cut off one head, a space squid grows two more, and that’s how Tom Cruise can fly. Sarah, come get audited with me. You’ll love it.”
“Are you pitching this to me because I’m a lesbian?”
“Haha! What? No. — Yes.”

Before we dive into the Golden Globes, and possibly never emerge, here’s John Travolta at the 17th Annual AFI Awards where he apparently rocked a Hydrapin. Which at this point in our history is actually a way more plausible scenario than whatever it probably represents to Scientology. Case in point:

“Hey, John Travolta, what’s with the pin?”
“It represents my clearing of the intergalactic bridge, which allows me to live for a billion years and heal the universe with a touch of my magic hands.”
“Wow, Jesus Christ, you should never say that out loud again. I’mma walk away and get some cheese balls now.”

Now let’s try it this way:

“Hey, John Travolta, what’s with the pin?”
“I belong to a secret terrorist organization that’s an off-shoot of the Nazis and wants to destroy Captain America.”
“Oh, so you’re a Trump voter. Okay.”

I rest my case.

http://www.thesuperficial.com/john-travolta-hydra-pin-01-2017

Tom Cruise ‘Conspicuously Absent’ At Major Scientology Event; Katie Holmes Doesn’t Want ‘Too Much Of Hollywood’ For Suri

4 January 2017, 12:59 am EST By Athena Dee Mobile & Apps
Tom Cruise’s absence at the San Diego Scientology event sparked reports that he has left the Church.  ( Ken Ishii/Getty Images )

Members of the Church of Scientology gathered in San Diego for the grand opening of their “Ideal Org.” The event was promised to be “of the highest profile” for its constituents, but Tom Cruise, one of the Church’s most famous members, was not there.

“There had been lots of internal hype about the event,” a source reportedly told Radar Online. “However, his [David Miscavige] former right hand, Tom, was conspicuously absent.”

Due to this absence, news outlets were quick to speculate that “The Mummy” actor had finally officially decided to leave the Church. However, former Scientologist, Leah Remini recently spoke with Larry King and confirmed that the actor is “fully dedicated and loyal” to his religion.

“Tom and all Scientologists are taught to believe that people like me are, literally, the devil – that we mean them harm,” she said. Remini is presently filming her A&E show, “Scientology and the Aftermath,” which she claims to be an exposé.

Katie Holmes, Cruise’s ex-wife, and a former Scientologist, will reportedly be free to speak about the religion in 2017. As reported by multiple news sources, the actress signed a settlement in 2012 that forbade her from speaking about her ex-husband or the Church of Scientology for five years. That contract is reportedly expiring this year, but it remains unclear whether Holmes will speak out or not.

However, Holmes was open to speaking to The New York Times about her daughter, Suri, and how the 10-year-old helped her in her directorial debut in “All We Had.” “I want her to always know that she is the inspiration behind everything,” she said.

Although Suri plays a big part in Holmes’ motivation, the 38-year-old actress wants to minimize the little girl’s exposure to the public eye. “I try to make our world very much an environment that is just all about being a kid without too much of Hollywood coming into that,” she added.

http://www.mobilenapps.com/articles/28811/20170104/tom-cruise-conspicuously-absent-at-major-scientology-event-katie-holmes-doesn-t-want-too-much-of-hollywood-for-suri.htm

Scientologist doctor invites patients to opening of $16m New Zealand headquarters

Hollywood star Tom Cruise is one of several high-profile Scientologists.

MARK DWYER / FAIRFAX NZ

Hollywood star Tom Cruise is one of several high-profile Scientologists.

A scientologist doctor invited patients at her ‘holistic’ medical practice to the opening of a $16m New Zealand Scientologist headquarters.

Dr Helen Smith invited patients from the Auckland Holistic Centre to attend the grand opening at a restored heritage building in central Auckland on January 21.

Several patients were understood to have felt the invitations were inappropriate.

The new headquarters of the Church of Scientology in New Zealand is opening in January.

LAWRENCE SMITH / FAIRFAX NZ

The new headquarters of the Church of Scientology in New Zealand is opening in January.

Smith declined to comment, referring inquiries about the opening to Sei Kato, a spokesperson for the Church of Scientology in Australia and Asia Pacific.

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Auckland University law professor Bill Hodge said if the contact details of patients had been used to send them an invite for something unrelated to their medical care, then it could constitute a breach of the Privacy Act.

Head of the New Zealand branch of The Church of Scientology Mike Ferris.

LAWRENCE SMITH / FAIRFAX NZ

Head of the New Zealand branch of The Church of Scientology Mike Ferris.

“The patients can lay a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner if they feel aggrieved.

“The Privacy Act clearly states that you can’t use information collected for example by a medical practise and spam those patients to promote something else entirely,” said Hodge.

It’s understood the Church is expecting a large number of Scientologists from New Zealand and overseas to attend the opening later this month, however it’s unlikely to include the most famous followers such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta.

Dr Smith says she is medical doctor practising holistic medicine. On her website, she posts links to other forms of Scientology treatments such as drug rehab services, school reading programmes  and dianetics, a system developed by the founder of the Church of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard.

She has been a Scientologist for several decades.

The Auckland Church of Scientology is scheduled to be unveiled on 21 January, almost nine years after the heritage-listed building was bought for more than $10 million in 2007.

Restoration of the 90 year old building was estimated to cost millions more.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/88207117/Scientologist-doctor-invites-patients-to-opening-of-16m-New-Zealand-headquarters