It’s a billion-year contract, it’s ridiculous.‘But, once I signed it, they came on hard, they said I had to come as soon as possible. They brought in Commanding Officers to say I’d never make it as a dancer, you’ll never change the world, screaming at me, I was in trauma.'As a 15-year-old, it was confusing and overwhelming.
There was one point my brain cracked, I had this vision of ballet on one side and the world on fire on the other, and I had a hose, I thought I had to do it.‘I had to go back, tell my ballet teachers, break up with my boyfriend, I didn’t even consider I had an option to change my mind.
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I only had 24 hours with my family'Because the ship sails outside of U. territory - around the Caribbean, Bahamas and Mexico, with its base being the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao - Ramana realized that different rules applied on board.'Claims made by Ramana Dienes-Browning are completely false and not backed by any evidence.'The Freewinds is a religious retreat onboard a 440-foot ship and has impeccable maritime qualifications and is much loved in all of the ports that it visits.'Ms.
Dienes-Browning’s service aboard the Freewinds terminated 13 years ago in November 2003 when she was dismissed from the Sea Organization, the Church of Scientology’s religious order.'The truth is that Ms.
Now 36, she opens up to Daily about the appalling working conditions she enountered on board the Church's Freewinds cruise ship It was on the Freewinds that Cruise celebrated his 42nd birthday and, in a famous video clip, was seen singing and dancing on stage, while scenes from his most popular movies play on a loop behind him Ramana said: ‘[Celebrities] come, go scuba diving, have their own cabin, eat in the officer’s mess, have their own waiter and cook, meanwhile Sea Org members are not sleeping, not eating, passing out, and some of them are literally cleaning their crap in the bilge'Once, when Ramana's family came to visit her, she was allowed to clean up and leave her post below deck.
Pictured, at dinner at the Scientology headquarters in Clearwater, Florida, with her mother (left) and a sister (right), who were visiting from Australia She was quickly forced to marry to an older man on the ship and punished when she didn't 'please' him sexually.
They like to get those sort of people hooked up with a wife, so they’re steady. He would have met John Travolta, he’s like their servant.‘We got married in the VIP lounge, his work place. We only saw each other at lunchtimes, it was like a school romance.
There’s no help for girls like me, who’d only kissed one boy in my life, to having a husband and expecting to have sex.‘Then it came up that he’d been masturbating, I got in so much trouble for not satisfying him, this was only after a year of marriage. I’ve had to deal with that as sexual abuse, I wasn’t ready at all emotionally or physically.'The relationship fizzled as Ramana remained on the ship and her husband went away for training. I was working in the Commodore Messenger Org - we’d run messages for International Management, this was dating back to L.
Pictured right, Ramana being given away by the Port Captain, as her father could not be there, and left, a day spent ashore with her sister to prepare for her wedding the following day‘I was training seriously, I’d even left school to do full-time ballet, that was my dream.
They’d tried to recruit me before, and I’d always said no.
However, it wasn't to be and the couple split for good in 2016.
In an interview with People in February, Courtney said of the union: 'I don’t really like having regrets.
Dienes-Browning had an exciting position, travelling to over 35 different locations in a period of five years to promote the Church services to parishioners all around the world, including in Australia.'She flew by herself in most instances.