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Scientology Could Have Saved Anna Nicole Says Travolta

By geozone     Feb 28, 2007 in Entertainment
John Travolta is using the death of Anna Nicole to promote Narconon, the Church of Scientology's drug rehab program.
Travolta, who worked on the film Be Cool with the late Smith, claimed Narconon could have saved the ex-Playmate.
Methadone and other prescription drugs were reportedly found in the Florida hotel room where Anna Nicole died. But the coroner's office has yet to release a toxicology report from the autopsy.
Said Travolta: "It's so sad. We could have helped her with Narconon but didn't get a chance to. I wish we had."
The controversial Scientology program implements unorthodox methods, including participating in an intensive running program. Those entering Narconon must also take massive doses of vitamins and spend long hours in the sauna to draw the drugs and "radiation" out of the body. It is reported as being 85% effective in "curing" drug addiction by Scientology.
Critics claim it is merely another means by which Scientology recruits members into the cult, by praying on "vulnerable drug abusers."
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