In December 2001, she briefly stated that she had a glass or two of wine with Masterson at a restaurant and woke up naked in bed the next morning feeling painful to sit or go to the toilet. I’m here. She said she went downstairs and confronted Masterson, who admitted to having sex with her while she was unconscious, her documents state.
Brief states that Masterson occasionally met him at parties and gatherings and raped a third woman, identified only as N. Trout, who was in the Celebrity Center branch of Scientology just like him.
Between October and December 2003, she went to his house, where he handed her a glass of wine and told her to remove her clothes and enter the hot tub. He assaulted her in the shower and bed, her documents say. According to the document, she told him, “No, I don’t want to do this.”
According to Brief, two women spoke to Church of Scientology officials about the assault.
After seeking permission from the Church, both verbally and in writing, to report the rape, Jen B. received a written response from the Church’s International Chief Justice, citing a 1965 policy letter on “acts of repression.” received.
Her response was that if she reported a fellow Scientologist to the police, “I would be declared an oppressive person and would be separated from my family and friends and all that I have.” Still, she reported the rape to law enforcement in June 2004, documents say.