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Ron the Bigamist


FBI documents show that Lafayette Ronald Hubbard was a bigamist. At the divorce of Hubbard's second (bigamist) marriage, Sara Northrup argued that even if her marriage was not valid, she still deserved the usual settlements entitled to a married woman. She did not know Hubbard was married when she married him.

FBI Record:

"Mr. Hubbard showed up for the divorce proceedings in Port Orchard, Wash.; he had another woman with him that he was supposed to have married during 1946.

"Mrs. Ochs produced two old newspaper article which gave an account of the divorce proceedings of the second wife. The articles in 'The Mirror' Los Angeles, Calif. paper dated April 23. 1951 page 12, and the 'Los Angeles Times' April 24, 1951 related how Mrs. Sarah Northrup Hubbard, from a Pasadena family, was kidnapped, had her child (Alexis Valery - 13 - month old daughter) taken from her by Hubbard, and was asking for a divorce."

-- FBI report of interview with Margaret Ochs (1st wife of L. Ron Hubbard), Inspector W. Beale Grove, Philadelphia District, 2/20/63 (Official documents prove that L. Ron Hubbard was in fact guilty of bigamy)

See Ron the Wife Beater for the full document.

[Stamped: FILED Apr 23 1951, Harold Cecily, County Clerk]

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

SARA NORTHRUP HUBBARD,               )
                                     )
Plaintiff,                           )
                                     )
vs.                                  )
                                     )
L. RON HUBBARD, also known as        )
LAFAYETTE RONALD HUBBARD; Los        )
Angeles Department HUBBARD DIANETIC  )   No. D
RESEARCH FOUNDATION, a partnership;  )   COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
THE HUBBARD DIANETIC RESEARCH        )
FOUNDATION OF CALIFORNIA, INC., a    )
California corporation...            )

[Stamped: D414408]

COMES NOW the plaintiff and for cause of action against defendants alleges and says:

That in the early part of 1946, plaintiff, then age 21 and unmarried, resided with her family in Pasadena, and at the University of Southern California, that at said time, defendant L. Ron Hubbard, hereinafter referred to as "Hubbard", was a married man, age 35, he being then married to Margaret Grubb Hubbard of Bremerton, Washington, they having two children; that said Hubbard represented to plaintiff that he was single and unmarried, and plaintiff relying upon said representation, and having fallen in love, entered into a marriage ceremony with said Hubbard on the 10th day of August, 1946, at Chestertown, Maryland

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