• Krystal Simmons

    Human Resources

    I actually had known of Mr. David Miscavige before ever having come into contact with Ron Miscavige. Anyone who knows or have worked with Mr. David Miscavige knows that he is, has very high ethical standards, very moral, has a high level of integrity and a very high work ethic and he is a very hard worker. So when I would now see Ron Miscavige obviously, you know, usually when you have people who are related you would often think that you would run into something similar. And I ran into the reverse when working with Ron Miscavige, surprisingly so.

    He was often tardy, you know, like just, you know, wouldn’t show, wouldn’t. So I went to go and see him one particular time, you know, and then saw that he was in the studio with another gentleman there. And I asked him, you know, just asking him, you know, what’s, you know, “You didn’t show up to the classroom, you know, what happened, were you gonna come later?”

    And he kind of actually like twigged a little bit, like, like almost there seems to be like a blown gasket or something like that. And he literally looked at me in hate and then started calling me all sorts of names which I’m actually not gonna repeat here.

    But definitely, you know, what word should I use? I’m not going to use the words—I’m definitely not going to say those words.

    Anyway many defamatory statements and, you know, slurs about me, many four-letter words. And then started coming after me. And I’m like, “Whoa!” And the person that was with him actually stopped him from doing anything however he did shove me up against the door and, like I said, nothing else happened because the other gentleman in the room who actually pulled him off of me.

    And after that, you know, obviously I was a bit shaken up and a bit concerned that I had caused, you know, some upset or etc., so I was trying to sort it out later. And then, and, you know, discussing it, you know, he basically kind of admitted that there was, you know, something on not attending study, etc. you know.

    However, then all of a sudden he goes, “But I didn’t touch you.” And I’m like, “Are you serious?” you know. And then so I’m thinking okay and then so I decided just ride over that. But then he kept talking, he says, “But you know I didn’t touch you. You got that, right?” And I’m like I cannot believe I am having this conversation.

    In my dealings with Ron one thing I’ve noticed is that he is definitely dishonest and seems to have a bit of a used cars, used car salesman type of attitude. And I remember even having a conversation with him where he actually told me that being a salesman was his profession, which I thought was completely ironic, you know, because I definitely have noticed over time and in observing him, you know, this is not a person who is honest, he’s not a person who, you know, you can say arrogant but I, when I observe him he sees himself, he does not see other people.

    And it’s because he doesn’t see other people, he doesn’t consider other people and I truly believe that he really, he can’t even view that other people are around.

    And then so he tries, when something happens, you know, it’s either it’s something that he did not cause, like if something happens, you know, to him, he didn’t cause it. You know what I mean, and somehow it’s always, you know, re-, it’s either twisted or somehow he re-thinks it in his head how he’s never at fault and, or how someone else is always at fault or someone else did wrong, you know. Anyway that’s my observation of him. And I know that I’m not the only person who has seen that because I’ve definitely seen many a complaint and many a report , you know, particularly of either dishonesty, being rude, being inconsiderate, violating rules, not adhering, you know, to what anyone else would consider a standard or even just common sense.