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Scientology Founder's Family Life Far From What He Preached - 2001-02-12

F140.png Scientology Founder's Family Life Far From What He Preached February 12, 2001, Don Lattin, San Francisco Chronicle

In divorce papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court in 1951, Sara Hubbard said the founder of Scientology did not mention that he was already married - and had two children - when they exchanged their vows on Aug. 10, 1946.

Hubbard did not secure a divorce from his first wife until Dec. 24, 1947.

In her divorce papers, Sara Hubbard accused the self-help guru of "systematic torture, beatings, strangulations and scientific torture experiments." She also accused Hubbard of kidnapping Alexis, a story that made headlines in Los Angeles in 1951.

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{{cite news | first = Don | last = Lattin | title = Scientology Founder's Family Life Far From What He Preached | url = https://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2001/02/12/MN115109.DTL | work = San Francisco Chronicle | date = February 12, 2001 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}