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But that very public announcement went without notice because Lucia made it during a segment on the Los Angeles radio station KCRW while using a pseudonym to protect her identity.Dubbed “Carole” by KCRW reporter Madeleine Brand, Lucia talked at length about her father’s history of changing involvement in Scientology, and how she became so fed up with the church she sought an intervention at her school.They divorced four years later, and each went on to second marriages.In 2012 Giovanni married English model Agyness Deyn, who then started Scientology training. Mariah’s second marriage was to musician and Scientologist Anthony “Trae” Carlson, who had previously been married to Carol Burnett’s daughter, Erin Hamilton.Several weeks after the radio show aired last year, we got a tip from an anonymous reader that “Carole” was, in fact, Lucia Ribisi.
Al and Gay Ribisi split up when their children were in their teens, family friends tell us, and Gay helped to shepherd Marissa and Giovanni through their acting careers.She was featured this week in a film at the W magazine website.And Teen Vogue included her in a feature it titled “10 Badass Young Feminists Who Are Totally Changing the Game in 2016.”But last year, when she was just 17, she made her radio appearance to talk about how miserable Scientology had made her.“‘Carole’ — not her real name — is the daughter of a celebrity,” KCRW’s Madeleine Brand said about Lucia more than once during the program, and Lucia gave out numerous details about her life that made it not really very difficult to figure out who she was.In 2011, Carlson, O’Brien, and Carlson’s mother Arvina were arrested by California state authorities on charges that they had been operating a Ponzi scheme that had taken .5 million from investors.
Charges were later dropped against O’Brien; Carlson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to five years in prison, his mother was given seven months.
Lucia comes from one of the most well known families inside the closed world of Scientology. had one hit, 1968’s “I Love You,” and by then most of the members had joined Scientology, which caused the band to split up.