Mike Rinder Net Worth

Mike Rinder is a television presenter and former Scientologist. He is the host of the A&E documentary series ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath’.

Rinder has an estimated net worth of $32 million. His earnings are projected to increase to $33 million by 2023. The money is from his efforts to attack his former religion. During his career, Rinder has been offered money by the Church and the OSA for creating videos against the Church. In addition, Rinder has been offered money by David Miscavige for getting back on the OSA payroll and for gagging.

Earlier in his life, Rinder was a senior executive for the Sea Organization and the Church of Scientology International. While working for the Sea Organization, he was involved in public relations and legal issues. However, the organization’s authoritarian nature caused him to quit. During his time at the Church, he was also the executive director of the Office of Special Affairs, or OSA.

Rinder is now living in Safety Harbor, Florida. The area is a fifteen-minute drive from Clearwater, Florida.

Rinder has two children from his first marriage. One of them, Benjamin, was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive form of melanoma. In addition, his daughter, Kimberley, died in infancy.

Mike Rinder’s second wife is Christie King Collbran. Their relationship was announced in June 2013. Previously, Rinder had married Cathy Bernardini in 1976. But after 31 years, the couple divorced. Although Rinder’s former wife claims he never told her about the cancer, a source has confirmed that she was harmed.

As a television presenter, Rinder has had his fair share of controversy. Originally, he was a member of the Sea Org, the elite inner circle of Scientology. Later on, he became a rabid anti-Scientologist. By 2007, Rinder was disillusioned with the Church. It is now thought that he had a misogynistic and violent attitude towards his own family.

Rinder is a prominent television personality who has appeared in various films and documentaries, including the BBC series ‘Panorama’. He is also the subject of an HBO documentary, ‘Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief’. This film was based on the book of the same name by Lawrence Wright.

Rinder has been the target of various lawsuits, including a lawsuit filed by his son, Jack. The suit was aimed at forcing the Church of Scientology to pay for damages incurred because of his actions. Eventually, the case was settled with the payment of a sum of money to Rinder’s ex-wife.

Rinder has also been the subject of lawsuits filed by his former son, Michael. However, the lawsuits have been dismissed. Despite the fact that Michael has a very large net worth, the lawsuit was dropped because he is still considered an unsuitable father. Moreover, the attorney in the case has claimed that Rinder has not been in touch with his ex-wife since 2007.

As a Television Presenter, Rinder has been a popular figure. He has been featured in several acclaimed films, including ‘Going Clear: Scientology & the Prison of Belief’, which was directed by Alex Gibney.