Scientology's 'Super Power' poster boy gets dunked on by yet another irked judge - 2018-11-16
Last year, we told you that Scientology's first "Super Power" recipient found out that his super powers didn't extend to the legal arena, where he got his head handed to him by a bankruptcy judge.
Well, now we can tell you that it's happened again.
Matt Feshbach and his wife Kathy got reamed by a judge last year who castigated them for trying to appear too poor to pay a $3.2 million 2001 IRS bill, but then over the next several years spent like the profligate richies they are, completely oblivious to the fact that they were being watched carefully by IRS auditors at the time.
The Feshbachs cried poverty at the time, even though they had brought in $13 million in revenue. But instead of paying their debt, according to Forbes magazine they spent "$722,000…on personal travel (including $233,000 for a rental home in Aspen), a cool half-million on clothing, another $370,000 and change on groceries, (plus another $78,000 eating out) and a miserly $147,000 plus on entertainment…$360,000 on their children, including of course private education for their son. But more important than their children was the private chef, who cost more than $610,000 over eight years."