Danny Masterson and Church of Scientology accused of poisoning Mars Volta’s dogs

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Danny Masterson and also the Church of Scientology are accused of poisoning the dogs of Mars Volta and in the Drive-In singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala along with his wife, celebrity Chrissie Carnell Bixler — the celebrity is just one of several girls who has enticed the That 70’s Show star of sexual assault.

In a series of Instagram posts from the Carnell Bixler and Bixler-Zavala, the group alleges that their dog had ingested poison wrapped in meat which was purposefully done by the Church of Scientology. “I’m in the vet coping with another hurt creature. This is what I’ve been discovering in front and back. That is what Scientology does when you speak about the predators that they protect,” Bixler-Zavala wrote on a single post.

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He added in a follow-up article: “We had to put her down today. This was the consequence of eating rat poison rolled up in raw meat… That is the 2nd dog we’ve needed to put down on account of the harassment from private investigators and Scientologists. This makes us more powerful. My boys named her biscuit. They don’t know what’s happening. We said goodbye to her let her go peacefully.”

Bixler-Zavala and Carnell Bixler are taking legal actions against Masterson and also the Church of Scientology.

The couple combined with Marie Riales and two Jane Doesfiled their lawsuit against Masterson and the Church of Scientology in August claiming stalking, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress. In response, Masterson informed The Hollywood Reporter the lawsuit was”beyond ridiculous” and the”people will eventually be able [to] understand the facts.” He added that he’d sue others along with his ex-girlfriend for dragging him into a wreck that has improved his reputation.

Masterson was fired from the Netflix series The Ranch and fell by UTA in 2017 after the LAPD confirmed it was investigating sexual assault allegations from multiple ladies. At the moment, he claimed that any sexual encounters were consensual and denied the allegations.

THR has reached out to the Church of Scientology for comment on the allegations.