• Ron Miscavige • Brutally Beat Daughter with a Strap
    The Monster his Daughters Feared

    According to his daughters, Denise and Lori, Ron Miscavige even threatened their mother Loretta with a gun.
    Ron Miscavige—Bully

    Ron Miscavige’s domestic violence in hitting his late wife, the diminutive Loretta—all of 5’ 2”—was despicable.

    Ron’s daughters recall that Ron broke their mother’s ribs, and that his savagery became so intolerable she fled to live with her sister, Ginny.

    According to his daughters, Denise and Lori, Ron Miscavige even threatened their mother Loretta with a gun.

    Ron broke their mother’s ribs, and his savagery became so intolerable she fled to live with her sister, Ginny.

    Ron famously stumbled when clumsily trying to whitewash his past to television host Megyn Kelly when she pressed him on how many times he beat his wife. Not only did Ron confess on TV to beating his late wife Loretta, the number of times he admitted to doing it while the cameras were rolling was jaw-dropping: “Maybe all the time, over a 10-year period—would happen maybe once a month or something like that.”

    That comes to a staggering 120 times that Ron Miscavige admits to punching his wife! (According to his daughters, Ron beat their mother far more often, on average twice a week.) What makes it even more disturbing was Ron’s nonchalant manner, mentioning the number as if he was reciting an innocuous statistic.

    Not only did Ron confess on TV to beating his late wife Loretta, the number of times he admitted to doing it while the cameras were rolling was jaw‑dropping.

    But even still, Ron was never fully honest. According to his daughters, Denise and Lori, Ron actually beat Loretta hundreds of times. He beat her until her eyes were black.

    Ron also lied on TV by claiming he never punched his daughters. Ron’s own words along with the words of his family at that very time provide an irrefutable record that directly contradicts the revisionist history Ron tells now.

    Ron also lied on TV by claiming he never punched his daughters.

    The real truth is that Ron’s younger son, David, was able to rein Ron in as long as they were together. But when David left home, Ron was no longer held in check and lost control, resuming his domestic violence. Ron himself, and other members of his family, described in detail how Ron used to beat his daughters. On September 26, 1972, Ron wrote: “…I used to hit the kids a lot… Now if I see it’s the only thing I can do, I’ll give them a punch.”

    Ron Miscavige beating his wife Loretta

    Further evidence that he lies in interviews about beating his children (after his younger son, the moral one, left home to serve his religion) are shown in the words of his late wife, along with his older son, Ronnie, and daughter Denise. Some 30 years ago they wrote:

    • “One time last weekend he hit one of the kids for answering him back.”– Loretta
    Loretta about Ron Miscavige
    • “My father, Ron Miscavige […] beat Denise up with a belt buckle recently, a couple times. I don’t know the exact number.” – Ronnie
    Ronnie Miscavige
    • “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.” – Denise
    Denise on Ron Miscavige
    Denise on Ron Miscavige
    Denise on Ron Miscavige

    Ron is a liar through and through. Ron is afraid to confront the monster he is and how much he terrorized his daughters with his brutal treatment.