Drug rehab clinic 'linked to Scientology is raided in Georgia over insurance fraud claims after teenage girl is billed $166k for $15k treatment' - 2013-04-27

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F19.png Drug rehab clinic 'linked to Scientology is raided in Georgia over insurance fraud claims after teenage girl is billed $166k for $15k treatment' April 27, 2013, Daily Mail

A drug rehab believed to be tied to the church of Scientology is under investigation for insurance fraud after a former patient claimed the center charged her insurance company $166,000 for $15,000 worth of treatment.

Law enforcement agents raided the Narconon of Georgia, which has been endorsed by Scientology head L. Ron Hubbard, on Friday to execute a search warrant and to question employees about billing practices.

'We have credible information that indicates that insurance fraud is taking place with Narconon,' Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens told WSB Radio.

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{{cite news | title = Drug rehab clinic 'linked to Scientology is raided in Georgia over insurance fraud claims after teenage girl is billed $166k for $15k treatment' | url = http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315901/Drug-rehab-clinic-linked-Scientology-raided-Georgia-insurance-fraud-claims-teenage-girl-billed-166k-15k-treatment.html | work = Daily Mail | date = April 27, 2013 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}