Earlier this month, three women anonymously accused Haggis — a former Scientologist — of sexual misconduct. Two of the accusations included rape. Haggis has denied all allegations.
And now Scientology critic Mike Riner and Leah Remini call the allegations against Haggis “suspect” due to the director’s severed ties with the Church of Scientology.
Remini and Rinder also assert that Scientology collects data about its members during their time with the church and uses the information against them if they rebel.
“Only a Scientologist can understand the pressure one feels to offer up even the slightest thing that the Scientology organization might consider a transgression of THEIR mores,” read their letter. “This information is used against anyone who departs Scientology and dares speak their mind. This is not imaginary. There is a documented history of such things. When someone is a declared an ‘enemy’ by Scientology, they are fair game.”
Haggis left the church in 2009 after 35 years as a member. The director made an appearance on Remini’s Scientology series last year, where he openly discussed his departure from the church and made some crazy revelations.
And this is so 2k18: insane but powerful fanatics use trendy leftist liberal #MeToo tactics to defeat their enemy.
This is the world we live in ¯\_(ツ)_/¯