Woman's Day Australia claims Bindi Irwin courted by Scientology

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  1. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here we have an article by an unnamed author that quotes an unnamed "insider".


    EXCLUSIVE: The Irwin's Scientology shock

    Our favourite family have been courted by the controversial group.


    They’re world famous, down-to-earth and adored by people young and old – and that, according to sources, makes the Irwins the perfect poster-family for Scientology.

    In a bombshell report that will shock their Aussie fans, Woman’s Day can exclusively reveal that the controversial church are trying to get Bindi wildlife warriors Terri, 52, Bindi, 18, and 13-year-old Robert to join them are the family are seen 
as particularly marketable.

    “They want to make Bindi the poster child of Scientology,” an insider claims.

    “Bindi is very spiritual, especially after losing her dad at such a young age. 
But she is also very bright and intelligent and beloved around the world. She is an inspiration to people young and old – and there is no doubt Scientology would love to bring her on board.”

    It’s no secret Scientology leaders lean on celeb figureheads to promote the church – Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley have long touted the religion in Hollywood.

    Now these new revelations about the Irwins have fans fearing the worst, with all signs pointing to the fact they may have already converted!

    The Irwins are no strangers to Scientology, with Bindi’s wakeboarder boyfriend Chandler Powell, 20, having grown up in the Florida town of Seffner, just 40 minutes’ drive from Scientology’s world headquarters in Clearwater.

    Before meeting Bindi, Chandler attended the University of Central Florida, where many in his social circle were involved with the religion.

    “Chandler had friends growing up who were Scientologists, and he has a very open mind about these things,” our source explains.

    For the full story, including our chat with Steve Irwin's father, Bob, about these shock revelations, be sure to pick up a copy of Woman's Day magazines - on stands now!

    Source, with four photos and a one-minute version of that Tom Cruise video:
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  3. Quentinanon Member

    I wonder if Bindi knows how to use a search engine and type in the word scientology.
    Or will she become the face of gullibility?
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  4. White Tara Global Moderator

    Woman's day among others is known to absolutely make stuff up out of nothing. That being said if there is any truth to this, It all really hinges on how motivated her protective mamma bear Terri Irwin is. By most accounts her mother has done a pretty good job managing Bindis media career with a relatively regular education/childhood. However, where to now for Bindis career? Does she stagnate, or does her mother fall for promises of help to propel her higher into stardom?

    I would like to think the mother would continue with her slow and steady wins the race attitude. The other factor to consider would be Robert Irwin, any mother would wish to see both her children succeed at life, His career is yet to flourish as his sisters, so that alone might offer a weak point for Scientology to work on. Either way, I can see how easy it would be to sell a bridge to them :(
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  5. Quentinanon Member

    A bridge over Florida swampland under a piece of blue sky.
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    Scientology Gunning For Bindi Irwin As The Cult’s Next Celeb Poster Child & Recruiter

    Crocodile Hunter's kid being 'manipulated' by church to join bizarre religion.

    By Radar Staff, June 20, 2018

    Quote: learned exclusively cunning schemers at the controversial Church of Scientology want to snare the popular daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin — and use the bubbly teen as a recruitment tool!

    “I can tell you with certainty that Scientology wants Bindi Irwin as their next celebrity poster child and recruiter!” said former Scientology Celebrity Center operative Steven Mango.

    Mango, an aspiring actor, was literally once a poster boy for the church himself — his face was splashed on promotional posters and brochures during his four years in the church from 2008 through 2011.

    He attended networking seminars, fancy galas and worked alongside the cult’s highest-ranking members — including “Cheers” alum Kirstie Alley.

    “Scientology promised everything imaginable to help launch my career,” Mango said. “Little did I know, they were all empty promises used to get my credit card number and ultimate devotion.”

    Today, Mango is a whistle-blower exposing the cult’s darkest practices.

    “Scientology wants Bindi because she is a positive role model who does charitable works,” Mango exclusively told Radar. “She’s also Australian and the church NEEDS greater recruitment Down Under!”

    The country’s Bureau of Statistics backs up Mango’s claim, indicating Scientology has fewer than 2,000 members in Oz.

    “You couldn’t ask for a better poster girl for recruitment than the beautiful daughter of a lost and beloved national figure,” dished another Scientology source.

    Steve’s death in 2006 would also be heavily leveraged in the church’s attempts to lure 19-year-old Bindi, according to Mango.

    “His passing was tragic, especially to Bindi,” Mango said. “This would be something Scientology recruiters would exploit.

    Steve’s death would be what they call, Bindi’s ‘ruin.’ Your ruin in Scientology is the one thing that if fixed or ‘handled,’ would change your life.

    “They would promise to help her do that.”

    But a source close to the Irwin family reported to Radar that Bindi’s mother, Terri, who is openly and devoutly Christian, “would never let her kids anywhere near the organization.”

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    'She does not have any interest in associating with the Church of Scientology':
    Rep DENIES explosive report that Bindi Irwin is being targeted by the controversial religion

    By Daily Mail Australia Reporter, June 25, 2018


    A representative from Australia Zoo has DENIED an explosive report that Bindi Irwin is being recruited by the Church of Scientology.

    Speaking with Daily Mail Australia on Monday, the rep stated: 'The Irwin family does not have any interest in associating with the Church of Scientology.'

    They further added: 'They never have in the past, they do not now, and they will never be associating with them'.

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