Narconon Infomation: Denise Miscavige Gentile 

To devout Scientologists, rabid haters of psychiatry, there is no difference between illegal drugs and psychotropic medications. At Scientology-based Narconon facilities, all medications are taken away from vulnerable patients. At a Narconon facility, Kyle would have been deprived of his Lexapro. In a phone conversation one week before my son’s death, it was recommended by Denise Miscavige-with the approval of Kyle’s father, that Kyle be sent to a Narconon facility.

Excerpts from the Deposition of Denise Miscavige Gentile

Excerpts from the deposition of Victoria Britton

Clearwater Police Report

Denise Miscavige Gentile’s interview with Detective Steve Bohling

Excerpt from the deposition of Thomas Brennan

That tech position, however, wasn’t Jerry and Denise’s only source of income. A police investigation revealed that Jerry Gentile was the owner of a notorious drug-selling establishment—or “drug house”—located in St. Petersburg, Florida. According to the article, “drug sales at the Gentile property got so bad police raided it twice in 14 months, busting up a marijuana den and what police called a cocaine sales operation.” Following the first raid, the city contacted the Gentiles, asking them to “curb the drug activity.” Nothing changed.