Priest Penitent Privilege; Scientology
Conflicting accounts of Denise Miscavige Gentile and Thomas Brennan’s relationship, i.e., his statement that she was his chaplain, the subsequent denial of such a relationship, and the eventual use of the “Priest–Penitent privilege of Florida Statute 90.505.
Page 11, Clearwater Police Report: First statement of Thomas Brennan.
Excerpt from the Deposition of Thomas Brennan:
Clearwater Police Report, page 70:Denise Miscavige Gentile Interview with Detective Steve Bohling
Clearwater Police Report, Interview with Gerald Gentile.
Priest-penitent privilege information
Excerpt from the Deposition of Detective Steve Bohling.
The Church of Scientology Ethics Report: the Estate of Kyle Brennan vs.The Church of Scientology
Denise Miscavige Gentile: Scientology Auditor
Denise Miscavige Gentile, David Miscavige’s twin-sister—whom Tom Brennan referred to as “Chaplain Denise”—was Brennan’s Scientology auditor, his spiritual advisor or spiritual counselor. Her husband’s name is Gerald “Jerry” Gentile. In spite of the fact that they both at first lied about Denise being at the Cleveland Street apartment that night, during their depositions, Denise and Jerry finally admitted that they were both there. Jerry Gentile stated that Denise waited outside near their parked vehicle. Denise claimed she didn’t go inside because she was wearing pajamas and chain-smoking cigarettes outside of the Coachman building.