I guess the Scientology people think they can help her. I think they just realized that if they can get her sober and her next album is as big as the last one and with her history of addiction she will probably substitute one of her addictions for Scientology and they can make a couple of bucks. The thing that cracked me up was in the Mirror article they talk about the Scientology rehab program helping hundreds. Hasn't this thing been around forever? And it has only helped hundreds? With as much as they exaggerate about everything else, you would think that they would take some license with that. If something has been around lets say 20 years, and has helped less than 1000 people, then how successful do you think it is?
Curious about how they help someone beat drugs?
Treatment is in three stages. First, the addict is given vitamin cocktails.
Second is a series of saunas and a “detox diet”.
Finally, they have to work their way through a series of Scientology self-help books.
Sounds expensive to me. Vitamin cocktails probably for the rest of your life 5 times a day at $20 each. Detox diet which is probably food delivered to your door. $100 day payable in advance for 30 years. Includes a free MI3 video with every order. And then finally, the books. That is probably another $200 a week. Now, this doesn't include all the time she would have to spend at the rehab center before they let her go home to continue spending money. This sounds like a pretty big commission to me for someone. Do, they do that? Commissions?