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SCARS™ Scam & Scamming News: Major Scandal Appears To Hit Scientology
According To A Scientology Watchdog Group, An Offshoot Appears To Be Using Stolen Photos Of Porn Stars To Express A Scam
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“Scientology Using the Photos of Nude Model Lana Brooke («See More Lana Brooke Here») & Pretending She is a Scientologist Named Christiana Michael”
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Model Lana Brooke’s photos are the most widely used by African Romance Scammers — and now the Church of Scientology The website romancescamsnow.com warns people of Romance Scams used by…
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