Ex-Scientologist Claims She Was Subjected to ‘Psychological, Emotional Abuse’ in Ongoing Court Battle

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Valerie Haney, the woman suing the Church of Scientology for alleged kidnapping, has accused the organization of subjecting her to “trauma, employment problems, and worse” in a court-ordered religious arbitration.

RadarOnline.com obtained letters filed in Los Angeles, Calif. on behalf of each party, regarding the drawn-out process that Haney’s lawyers characterized as a “forced” arbitration that “deprived [Haney] of her basic due process rights.”

The May 30 letter filed on Haney’s behalf argued that the church was trying to “wear [Haney] down with endless berating, mental abuse, and delays,” and that their lawyers were “dragging this purported ‘religious arbitration’ on month after month.”

The church disagreed in its letter on June 4, blaming Haney and her lawyers for the delays, citing alleged last-minute cancellations and other scheduling conflicts by the plaintiff.

As this publication reported, Haney filed the lawsuit against the Church of Scientology and its leader, David Miscavige, in 2019. She alleged the church held her against her will as she worked for the Sea Organization near Hemet, and claimed she was able to get away by hiding in the trunk of a car driven by an unnamed actor who was on the base filming. Haney was formerly an assistant to Leah Remini, another ex-scientologist battling the religious giant in a separate court case.

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