Here's the police report on Scientology's sad attempt to mess with 'Aftermath' - 2019-03-22
She was referring to a young Florida man named Morgan Bradham who had been filmed for an episode of the third season of Aftermath, but then had said he would commit suicide if the show aired. A&E pulled the episode, at great cost to the production. But then, Smith-Levin said in a video, Bradham was part of an attempt, with another Scientologist, Cinjin Nichols, to get him criminally charged for suggesting that the three of them should conspire to place some kind of USB device on a Scientology computer to hack into the church's network. In his video Smith-Levin characterized the hacking concept as a joke that had simply come up in conversation, and not an actual conspiracy. He said that Scientology was attempting to use Nichols and Bradham to harm him after it had already harmed the series by having an episode canceled.