It’s The Gay Navy Lieutenant From Melrose Place!

April 15, 2008 / Posted by:

Remember Matt’s ex-boyfriend on “Melrose Place” that came to visit him for a few episodes? The dude turned about to be a closeted Navy lieutenant. I think the dude even told Matt he was HIV positive. Matt learned something about himself from him and blah…blah…blah.. Life lessons. It was a “very important” Melrose Place. So…….that dude made this YouTube video cursing Scientology.

Jason Beghe was a member of Scientology since the 90s. He even appeared in some promo spots. Well, he’s escaped Tom Cruise’s clutches and now he’s speaking out. In this 3-minute video, he says shit like, “Scientology is destructive and a rip-off.

He also said, “It’s very, very dangerous for your spiritual, psychological, mental, emotional health and evolution. I think it stunts your evolution. If Scientology is real, then something’s fucked up.” Jason uses Scientology lingo in the video and claims he was a top Scientologist or OT 5. Jason said the higher he went up in the church, the worse it got.

Jason spent a lot of cash and time on Scientology and it hasn’t delivered what it promised.

The video is just a teaser to a much longer video that is coming out soon.

I’m glad I have lovely memories of Jason as Matt’s gay Navy lover on Melrose Place, because those are probably the last memories I will have of him. Jason better be living in some underground city, because bitch is in danger.

He also does the best Tom Cruise impersonation at around 2:27. Something tells me Tom isn’t laughing about this video now.

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