• Ron Miscavige • Opportunity Controls Loyalty
    Ron is always willing to betray family to get a little bit of spotlight.

    Ron Miscavige is a manipulator who avoids responsibility for his own conduct of betrayal by blaming others for causing it. Newsflash: there’s something wrong with your character if opportunity controls your loyalty.

    There’s something wrong with your character if opportunity controls your loyalty.

    Ron Miscavige, in his constant and pathetic attempts to be noticed or get a few minutes of spotlight and cash, always fails to include the real story of his life and how he treated his family—the family that disowned him due to his behavior. The true facts about Ron paint a very different picture and undermine his fake self-portrait of a moral authority and kindly patriarch in an Ozzie & Harriet fantasyland.

    Ron regularly and brutally beat his wife Loretta and daughters.

    In addition to regularly cheating on his wife Loretta, Ron brutally and repeatedly beat her and their daughters, a truth that he waters down when he is forced to admit it. As with most men who inflict domestic violence, he seeks to blame the victim, attempting to shift fault to his late wife and two daughters.

    Blood makes you related.Loyalty makes you family.

    Ron is dishonest when he claims that his daughters stopped speaking with him. It is Ron who estranged himself from his family. He went to live with his namesake older son, Ronnie, who abused Ron’s daughters as children, ignoring his daughters’ explicit pleas not to move in with their abuser. In addition, he aided and befriended individuals who were suing one of his daughters and her husband. Ron pretends to care about his daughters but does nothing but demonstrate disloyalty to them after years of pain and abuse. They had forgiven him at one time, hoping he had changed, yet Ron’s actions and betrayal displayed his true character and that no, in fact, he had not changed.

    Ron pretends to care about his daughters but does nothing but demonstrate disloyalty to them after years of pain and abuse.
    Betrayal is universal for people with no principles.

    That Ron blames anyone but himself for his daughters’ decision to disown him is preposterous, given his actions. This is the real story of why Ron’s daughters are estranged from him—as revealed in a statement sent by their attorney to ABC: “How dare anyone accuse us of acting inappropriately. We don’t need anyone to tell us what to do or how to act. We know what is right and moral, and what is evil. Evil is Ronald T. Miscavige. We reject him.”