Below is the account from the detectives of the Upper Merion Township Police Department near Philadelphia about the arrest of Ron Miscavige for alleged crimes.
To sum it up:
The perpetrator, allegedly Ron, pushed the woman onto the bed and ripped open her blouse. The ensuing struggle left the woman with scratches on her face.
The actor, allegedly Ron, said “I’m going to get you, Cutie” or something similar.
Ron admitted to the following facts:
The women involved were shown a photo display of different men. Both picked out Ron Miscavige in position number four from the selection and stated he was the man who entered their rental office. The victim identified him as the man who assaulted her. She said “His features are so much alike and looks so close it’s almost freaky.”
She said “His features are so much alike and looks so close its almost freaky.”
The acts allegedly committed were: Criminal Attempt at Rape, Indecent Assault, Simple Assault, Recklessly Endangering, Criminal Trespass and Burglary.
The police alleged:
Upon questioning from the detectives and his pending arrest, Ron panicked. He contacted his younger son for help, which the son provided in the form of top attorneys who got the case dropped.
The help from the son came with the agreement that once the charges against his father were resolved, Ron Miscavige would join the religious order to turn a new leaf and lead an ethical existence. For 25 years Ron stayed out of trouble for the most part. But once a local paper started poking around on this very same story in late 2011, Ron started acting irrationally, like a wild animal, and took off. Hear what he said here. Perhaps there is some part of the story he never told.
Because the facts remain that despite his younger son’s heavy workload handling the personal affairs of the Founder, he acted as a good son and helped his father by retaining highly qualified, experienced criminal attorneys and helping with Ron’s criminal defense. Those efforts saved Ron from prison when the charges were dismissed.
Ron has no excuse for downplaying and ignoring his younger son’s efforts in ending a horrifying episode in Ron’s life that had him scared to death.
The Church does not debate Ron’s guilt regarding these charges. But Ron has no excuse for downplaying and ignoring his younger son’s efforts in ending a horrifying episode in Ron’s life that had him scared to death. Ron casts aside family ties and treats gratitude as something with an expiration date, to be exchanged for an ill-earned payoff.