Daniel Montalvo's Scientology Lawsuit Claims False Imprisonment, Child Labor Violations, Lack of Education While Growing Up in L.A.-Based Org - 2011-03-11

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F3.png Daniel Montalvo's Scientology Lawsuit Claims False Imprisonment, Child Labor Violations, Lack of Education While Growing Up in L.A.-Based Org March 11, 2011, Dennis Romero, LA Weekly

Now a young man who says he escaped from a Scientology workplace in the city of Commerce after growing up in the church has made some bombshell claims -- including disregard for child welfare laws, failure to report child neglect to authorities, false imprisonment and violation of labor laws -- in a pair of suits filed in L.A. against Scientology and the publisher of its L. Ron Hubbard books.


Montalvo was 19 when he made a break for it last year with the help of a Scientology defector. He ended up in Florida. When he tried to contact his parents, however, a Scientologist allegedly talked him into returning to L.A.

While in L.A., the suit claims, Montalvo was falsely imprisoned.

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{{cite news | first = Dennis | last = Romero | title = Daniel Montalvo's Scientology Lawsuit Claims False Imprisonment, Child Labor Violations, Lack of Education While Growing Up in L.A.-Based Org | url = http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2011/03/daniel_montalvo_scientology_1.php | work = LA Weekly | date = March 11, 2011 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}