• Ron Miscavige’s Wife, Becky
    Can hardly take it, but holding on for the $$$

    In 1990, Ron Miscavige married Whitewater, Wisconsin-born former cocktail waitress Becky Bigelow, a woman 27 years Ron’s junior who once worked in a Playboy Club in Ohio. She married Ron for the name of his famous son and the advantages she dreamed it would bring her.

    Younger than any of Ron’s children, Becky has been behind the scenes stoking Ron’s efforts to exploit his son’s fame. It was Becky who cheered on Ron, encouraging him to vilify his younger son to see how much money they could get by selling out his family, showing no concern that by betraying his children he would live out his remaining years a miserable, sad man.

    Becky doesn’t care if Ron betrays his family as long as it pads the bank account she will enjoy when he is dead.

    Becky doesn’t care if Ron betrays his family as long as it pads the bank account she will enjoy when he is dead. So her claims that the two of them are only interested in rebuilding the family relations they imploded are laughable, because anyone truly interested in doing that isn’t going to go about trashing his own family on a weekly basis.

    Becky well knows that when Ron asked his younger son for help, he received it. Ron wanted assistance to buy a house and cover his medical expenses. His younger son gave his father a generous $100,000 tax-free with no strings attached out of his personal funds, because of his younger son’s compassion.

    As a result of the gift, Ron purchased a home mortgage-free for the first time in his life. On top of the funds for a home, his younger son added $5,000 annually so Ron could purchase medical and dental insurance. The younger son’s generosity would let Ron live out his life in peace.

    Ron Miscavige has his younger son to thank for the home he lives in today mortgage-free.
    Ron’s younger son arranged and paid for his father’s health and dental care.
    Ron received checks for $5,000 a year from his younger son for health insurance.

    Becky must just be waiting for the inevitable so she can have the money and house to herself. She isn’t one to hide her insatiable appetite for money. When the $100,000 check arrived, she celebrated like they had hit the lottery jackpot. Like Ron, Becky only saw the dollar signs and had no heartfelt appreciation or gratitude for the kindness and generosity his younger son showed Ron.

    Becky desperately wants to make sure that she gets his money, assets and house, which explains her lottery-winner reaction when they received the $100,000 check. Her goal: get as much as possible by squeezing Ron’s family for money or by shamelessly exploiting them.

    Money is all Becky thinks about.

    No sooner was the check cashed than she was back at it, prodding Ron to put his hands out again demanding more. Ron’s daughters called Becky and told her how they felt about what their father was doing and that she needed to stop her games in manipulating him to sell out their family to make money for her. Becky’s response to their phone call?

    By no coincidence, she made this sinister posting on Facebook after she spoke with Ron’s daughters: “I know who I am and what I’m capable of. You’d be wise not to underestimate me.”

    Becky is the one in the background, egging on her husband and their father to make her some money. Becky may tell Ron that she is sticking by him until the bitter end—actually prodding him to make more money for her. But in the past, when he was out of earshot, she had even griped about Ron to customers at Chico’s, where she works as assistant store manager.

    Becky only tolerates Ron so she can get his money.

    Becky’s mother apparently feels the same way. She expressed disgust about Ron for years. She referred to him as a “leech,” “bastard” and “S.O.B.” She had told people that Becky feels similarly, that she only tolerates Ron so she can get his money and that she considers Ron a joke. She also once disclosed Becky keeps her own money separate from Ron’s and doesn’t want him knowing how much she has.

    It is not surprising that Becky hides her money from Ron. Becky’s dishonesty in finances is nothing new. Her past resume is filled with instances where she was caught lying, destroying valuable documents and producing inferior materials which had to be redone by others at significant expense. As an example, Becky forged the signature of quality control to authorize promotion where none had been given. She even was caught secretly juggling accounts to cover up bad printing jobs that had to be reprinted, spending $53,000 with no authority to do so.

    Becky’s prodding of Ron to sell out his family shows her dishonesty.

    Her co-workers constantly called her out, stating “Becky will lie to save her butt.” “She is untrustworthy and unproductive.”

    Becky’s prodding of Ron to sell out his family shows her dishonesty.

    Ron’s younger son paid for Ron’s trip and bought Ron a new suit.

    Showing how much a con she and Ron are running, both Ron and Becky were gushing praise about his younger son and what he had done for them. Just one of many examples occurred when his younger son made all of the arrangements and paid for Ron’s trip back to Pennsylvania for the funeral of Ron’s brother, Red. His younger son also bought Ron a new suit, paid for a beautiful floral arrangement that Ron had forgotten to buy, and had two longtime friends accompany Ron and Becky so they wouldn’t have to worry about anything. Becky wrote about the trip:

    “[It was] a demonstration of a really caring being who wanted to take the anxiety and stress off his father.”

    Finally, she admitted what neither Ron nor she is willing to admit today—that his younger son only wanted the best for his father. In fact, Becky wrote that his younger son “Just wants him [Ron] to be contributing and happy.” How true. And what does Becky want? To exploit and betray her husband’s family in his final years. How shameful.