Aaron Smith-Levin found this FB post from Joy Villa and released it to the world. Jeffrey Augustine then put it on his blog.
Both made the point that until the end of the Trump Presidency, Joy was seeking to curry favor with the MAGA crowd by proclaiming herself a Christian, and downplaying any involvement in scientology.
Now that wave has passed, and she is apparently refocusing her energies to climbing the scientology social ladder again as a “born-again” true believer in the power of Source rather than Jesus. Her marriage to wealthy scientologist Thorsten von Overgaard ended almost as fast as it got going, but not before she had gotten him to buy her some IAS statuses and some scientology auditing it seems.
I want to focus on the list of things Joy offers for her “Ideal 2D.” She is a wingnut. And obviously an opportunist who has never seen anything that mentions her name that she doesn’t like. But her list is something that a lot of scientologists would agree with and understand and it is some interesting insight into the world of scientology.
First item on the list is classic scientology. Has the strong intention to Clear the Planet.
Nothing is more important in a marriage than this for the good scientologist. Forget compatibility or shared interests. Love. Scientology dominates any relationship and she is making that clear from the outset.
Makes over 100k per year. Totally brazen. She needs a sugar-daddy. Every scientologists, in order to continue to rise in statuses must have a source of money to spend on scientology. Her grand claims of musical talent and celebrity were based exclusively on the fact she wore a pro-Trump dress. It made her a darling of the MAGA crowd and she knew how to ride that. But without the exposure of right-wing media and Trump family shout-outs, she is a nobody. And she adds to this: takes pride in becoming a husband and provider. No equal footing here. You want to snag me as your trophy wife, I expect you to be providing for me.
And finally, the Ideal Husband needs to be highly respected and regarded as upstat in our group. She would not want to be attached to anyone who hinders her social climbing abilities within scientology. Yuk.
Pity the next man she draws into her web. Maybe a South African seeking to leave the country? She forgot to make it clear on her list that she is an American citizen…
Just in case anyone was wondering about her Billboard Chart claims, here is what Billboard has to say. Her second album didn’t register on anything anywhere:
PS: Maybe someone can alert Joy to this post. She blocked me on Twitter. Seems to be the go-to move for scientologists even when they have done the How to Confront and Shatter Suppression course one or more times.