Text messages between private investigators show how ex-cops were trailing the ‘Second Act’ stars around New York City on behalf, they say, of Scientology.
Tony Ortega is a journalist who was formerly the editor of The Village Voice. He has written about Scientology since 1995, and his book about Scientology’s most infamous campaign of terror—to destroy author Paulette Cooper—came out in May 2015. He continues to monitor breaking developments around the world from an undisclosed location in an underground bunker he shares with four cats and one of them wrinkly Shar Pei dogs. You can find his work at The Underground Bunker.
The two cultists’ ties ran deep, including collaborating on a screenplay together—one that hasn’t seen the light of day... until now.
What began as a quest to climb the tallest mountain in Rockland County, NY, soon morphed into a strange tale involving suicide, movie stars, and the shadowy origins of place names.
Tony Ortega, the journalist who broke the Masterson story, recounts the four days that determined that the ‘That ’70s Show’ actor Danny Masterson will stand trial for serial rape.
Former friends and handlers in the Church of Scientology remember the late actress, who tragically passed away at 57 from breast cancer.