• Ron Miscavige
    A wife beater and typical abuser

    Most men would be horrified at the concept of beating their wife. Not Ron Miscavige. He gave the jaw-dropping admission on national TV that he beat his wife “Maybe all the time, over a 10-year-period—would happen maybe once a month or something like that.” Even if one believes Ron’s estimates of “once a month” over the course of a decade—his daughters say he beat their mother far more often, on average twice a week—that comes to a staggering 120 times that he admits to punching his late wife! He even stated he punched his wife in the back. To punch her in the back probably means she had her back turned to him and was running away.

    Ron Miscavige is a typical abuser. He is a bully with the following characteristics:

    Needs to be right and in control. Will use women and treat them badly.

    Examples from Ron Miscavige’s daughters who have spoken of his history of debauchery and arrest for attempted rape are that their mother told them Ron was a serial philanderer, often cheating on her with her friends, while also spending time with prostitutes and piling up phone bills calling sex lines. Their mother also told them that when Ron traveled around as a Vollrath pots and pans salesman in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, and nearby New Jersey towns selling cookware to nurses and housewives, he would hit on women once inside their homes.

    Hypersensitive and reacts aggressively. Verbally abusive.

    Example from a Human Resources Officer formerly responsible for Ron’s job training, ”There was a particular time I went to see Ron concerning his studies as that was my job in Human Resources, to assist staff with their studies and to see to it that they were attending studies. Ron was not attending class. I was inquiring into why this was. He got into a “How dare you!” mode, acting like bringing this up was beneath him.

    When I asked Ron about his study attendance he got extremely upset, and without explanation as to why, he literally started talking to me in a tone of hatred, with gritted teeth, saying “YOU SON OF A B - - - -! YOU F - - - - - - C- -T, YOU LITTLE F - - - - - - B - - - -, YOU MOTHER F - - - - -! At first I was stunned and a bit nervous. But I wanted to resolve this upset and told him that I was willing to accept that I had said something upsetting to him, but that I would like him to also be willing to view his part in this upset. At that he literally charged toward me. Honestly, I didn’t think he’d do anything, as I am a small woman. But I was wrong about this, and he pushed me up against the door. A male staff member witnessing this pulled him off of me before he could do anything else, saying “Ron, she’s a woman!”

    Has a history of aggression.

    Example from one of his former female colleagues: “When I used to work with him, Ron Miscavige treated me horribly. Ron would constantly argue with me and provoke me so I would get upset. Then when I did get upset, Ron would push me against a wall and try to scare me, many times. Or Ron would huff around and knock things over or throw a chair, again to scare me. I avoided being alone with Ron as much as I could.

    “Other times Ron would treat me demeaningly by throwing things on the floor, especially in our kitchenette, and leaving it for me to clean up, implying that I was a woman so I should clean up after him.”

    Is cruel to women and children.

    Example from one of his daughters: “My dad picked me up and on the way home he said ‘Denise if there was any f***ing way to get rid of you I would if I knew you wouldn’t come back.’ Took me up, beat me with a strap, bruised my whole back and sent me to bed…This morning again he hit me again, I can’t remember for what reason… We are (I am) afraid my dad will hit us…”

    Click here to see the handwritten document.

    His daughters also tell the heartbreaking story of how he beat their mother, Loretta, when she was pregnant with their brother John, who died an hour after birth with multiple skeletal deformities, and how their mother always blamed Ron for the death because of the beatings he inflicted.

    John Miscavige’s Death Certificate

    Of course there are other abusive characteristics which his current wife, the gold digger, must have to live with on a daily basis like needy and possessive. But hoped-for money is why Becky puts up with the cantankerous, difficult and insufferable Ron.

    Ron refers to Becky as “stupid b--ch,” but she tolerates it for the expected windfall.

    Ron refers to Becky as “stupid b--ch,” but she tolerates it for the expected windfall. He also treats Becky as his lackey. A friend recounting his behavior gave examples: Ron would be sitting on the couch and he needed his horn case and would say, “Becky, go get me my horn,” or “Becky, get my vitamins,” or “get me a glass of water” or “go iron my shirt” or “get my clothes out.” He incessantly orders her around as if she’s his servant. When pointed out by a friend that it was not right to treat your wife like a lackey, Ron cackled, “Isn’t that what women are for!”

    Ron is an abusive, chauvinistic wife-beater and abuser who has yet to recant for his violent and nasty ways.