In the Background of Brad Pitt’s Turbulent Prologue to Scientology

Before he was a uber star, Brad Pitt fiddled with Scientology for a long time where he was “twinned” with a 15-year-old young lady for as long as five hours every day in a hot sauna during “cleansing” customs and shouted at by chapel bosses during “bull goading” meetings.

Pitt was acquainted with the religion in the mid 1990s by his then-sweetheart, entertainer Juliette Lewis, and fiddled with it for a long time before in the end severing with both Lewis and the congregation to look for superstardom all alone.

A Scientology source reviewed that during Pitt’s time there he went through a “refinement summary” at the Portland Celebrity Center, going through hours in a hot sauna where he was relegated the young lady as an “amigo.”

The source, an ex-devotee, told the Sun: “I was being prepared up to be a course administrator, so was sent to Celebrity Center Portland for preparing. While I was there I met the high school girl of the leader head of a Portland-based Scientology organization. … One of the things she let me know was that Brad Pitt, who was dating Scientologist Juliette Lewis at that point, did the decontamination overview at Celebrity Center Portland. He did it there to keep out of the public eye.”

The young lady was picked to “twin” with Pitt as “she was the little girl of a built up Scientologist. … In the Church of Scientology, individuals are regularly matched and made answerable for getting each other through courses, so she sat in the sauna with Pitt consistently for the month, or somewhere in the vicinity, that it took to overcome it. She was unquestionably in the sauna with him, however there was nothing awful about it.”

The sauna is essential for refinement measure “created by Scientology originator L Ron Hubbard, which comprises of high portions of nutrients, long saunas and exercise,” as indicated by the paper.

As per Scientology records, Pitt finished a few treatments in July 1991 and an “extraordinary course in human assessment” in May 1993.

In the interim, Pitt’s previous church boss, Michael Mallen, reviewed to the Sun how he “offended the s–t out” of Pitt and loudly mishandled him until he stomped out of the study hall.

“Brad was doing the restorative (preparing schedules),” said Mallen, who went through 40 years as a Scientologist before at long last leaving in 2014 and composing a book, “Indoctrinated,” about his time in the congregation.

 

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