Scientology president's daughter slams 'toxic' church (2010) | ABC News

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Scarlett Hanna, the daughter of the president of the Church of Scientology in Australia, Vicki Dunstan, has spoken out against the organisation.

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In an exclusive interview on ABC News, Scarlett Hanna has detailed life growing up in the former Cadet Org: a group set up for the children of Scientology's elite unit, the Sea Org.

"The best way I can describe it is cattle," she said. "We were property of the organisation."

She said children of Sea Org members rarely had contact with their parents, lived in separate homes and were granted only 20 minutes each night with their parents.

"I can't describe it. It was just an incredibly lonely childhood. I had no-one to talk to or to look after to me, or to ask me how I was after school or any of those things that most of us take for granted," Ms Hanna said.

Sarah McClintock, a current member of the Sea Org, grew up with Ms Hanna and rejects the allegations.

"What she is saying I did not experience. I don't know where she is coming from with such things. It really doesn't make any sense to me because I grew up with her. I was there with her and I think people are giving her things to say," she said.
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