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Jenna Miscavige Hill    

Author of "Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape"

Jenna Miscavige Hill is a former Scientologist who, after leaving the Church of Scientology in 2005, has become an outspoken critic of the organization. She is the daughter of Ron Miscavige, Jr. and the niece of current church leader David Miscavige.

Hill, with Kendra Wiseman and Astra Woodcraft (both also raised in Scientology), founded the website She has been interviewed about her experiences within Scientology by a number of media outlets, including ABC's "Nightline" in April 2008, and on "Piers Morgan Tonight" in February 2013 discussing details of the church.

In 2000, when Hill was 16, her father and mother left Scientology. Hill states that due to the Scientology-ordered practice of disconnection with relatives and friends who don't support Scientology or are hostile to it, letters from her parents were intercepted and she was not allowed to answer a telephone for a year.

She described her experience from ages five to 12 as thus: "We were also required to write down all transgressions ...similar to a sin in the Catholic religion. After writing them all down, we would receive a meter check on the electropsychometer to make sure we weren't hiding anything, and you would have to keep writing until you came up clean."

In February 2013, she and Lisa Pulitzer released the book "Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape," which chronicles her life within Scientology and her eventual escape.


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