They had him on a short leash for a long time. And then he earned their trust. He behaved for a decade. He made babies, he held the queer feather deep inside. So then they loosened up. They let him go to Toronto. To dress up in drag for a movie called Hairspray. They let him run wild and free, away from the shackles, to taste freedom for a few months as reward for toeing the line for so long, confident that he’d been completely rehabilitated, confident that the doctrine had “fixed” his problem.

Allegedly of course.

But to their dismay, he got out of control. He went for massages and he got so de-programmed de-stressed from the masseur massages that the gaygay couldn’t help but come raging back out, busting through the closet door in the form of a c*ckstand. And not just one c*ckstand either. Often enough, rumour has it, that he had to be asked to leave a certain upscale health spa after insulting the upper class members.

Allegedly of course.

And of course this kind of unacceptable behaviour does not go over well with the watchers. Which is why he was probably put in lock down for the better part of the Fall. Perhaps that’s why he wasn’t allowed to attend the GMD wedding? As punishment for veering off course? We’ll never know for sure.

What we do know however is that he’s back. He’s reformed. And he’s talking sense again.

Check out John Travolting on John Travolting:
“I have fame on the level of a Marilyn Monroe or an Elvis, but part of the reason I didn’t go the way they did was because of my beliefs. People make judgments about it [Scientology], but often they don’t know what they’re talking about. I would advise anyone who wants to know about it to read up on it. We [the Church of Scientology] are only getting bigger and we help people all over the world, from disaster zones to drug rehabilitation.”

They reined him in good, non?

Praise Thetan, ah-Xenu.