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Matt Willis makes daring revealations about the Church of Scientology and his marriage with Emma

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English musician and popular television presenter Matt Willis has made a shocking revelation about how church of Scientology tried to break his marriage with his wife Emma.

The 37-year-old bassist and the co-vocalist of the pop  in an exclusive media briefing revealed how he secretly became a Scientologist while in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

Matt made  claims that he was harassed by the so-called “totalitarian organisation”  which believes humans are immortal spiritual beings and has faced accusations of brainwashing  when he tried to leave.

The singer said he became “fully invested” in Scientology and made daily visits to its London headquarters until he claims the movement tried to separate him from his wife, The Voice and The Circle host Emma Willis.

Matt said: “I was fresh out of rehab, a bit lost in the world. I was walking down Tottenham Court Road and I got approached by a guy who asked me a few simple questions.

“Before I knew it, the next week I arrived at the doors to the Scientology building. Every single day I went there. I bought different books and did different courses. I was in.

I was very close to being dressed like them because I was suddenly very aware that I was underdressed when I was going there.

“I was like, ‘I think I might need to put a shirt and tie on’.

“They buddied me up with a young guy who was very, very involved. His mum and dad were part of the big leagues. We did some one-to-one work, all questions about my life — what’s going on, what’s holding me back and holding my potential back?

“What I was taking from it was that your environment, your friends and the people you’re closest to are your problem. I was like, ‘What are you f***ing getting at here?’

“I was like, ‘I think I might need to put a shirt and tie on’.

“They buddied me up with a young guy who was very, very involved. His mum and dad were part of the big leagues. We did some one-to-one work, all questions about my life — what’s going on, what’s holding me back and holding my potential back?

“What I was taking from it was that your environment, your friends and the people you’re closest to are your problem. I was like, ‘What are you f***ing getting at here?’

Matt Willis believes the Church of Scientology was trying to separate him from loved ones.

“They were like, ‘There’s someone in your life who’s actually draining you, who’s a negative force, and it’s normally the person closest to you’. And it’s like, ‘I think they’re trying to split my f***ing marriage up now’.

“They were trying to force this weird opinion on me. When I look back at it, I was like, ‘Are you trying to separate me from everybody else?’

“Then you’re fully in because you’ve got no family or friends and your family and friends are the Church of Scientology. It took me a while to go, ‘Wait a sec, what the f*** is this?’

“They didn’t want me to f***ing leave. They brought other people in when I was talking about it to talk about what concerns I may have.

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