Last week, we were sad to report that Madonna had been slapped with an unfair dismissal lawsuit from former employees of her Raising Malawi charity, due to the fact that plans for her new girls school in the country fell apart.
Then, we heard that Kabbalah leaders were blaming former disgruntled members for Madonna's current troubles.
Now, one year after Madonna's former personal manager Caresse Henry committed suicide, new questions are being raised by Henry's sister Yvette Dobbie, who believes that Madonna and her connection to Kabbalah played a part in her sister's suicide.
Here's what Dobbie had to say about it:
“Madonna and Kabbalah have blood on their hands. They killed my sister as surely as if they would have pulled the trigger themselves. They don’t want to hear this, but I don’t care — I’m not in the entertainment business and I’m not intimidated by Madonna.”
“The cult aspect, the all-encompassing intrusion into her life, how you think, what you eat, how you meditate … that really didn’t sit well with my sister. She was Catholic and didn’t think this was a good thing.”
“Madonna was done with her, it was over, and it would be handled by lawyers. When Madonna is done with you, she’s done.”
More from Dobbie:
“She was just crestfallen, devastated, heartbroken and felt very betrayed. She couldn’t believe that Madonna let the Kabbalah people have such a heavy hand in it through all of these years that she was loyal to her. Everyone was telling my sister, ‘It was Kabbalah. [Madonna] is doing what she has to do.’”
“When she started out working with Madonna, Caresse was this vivacious, happy girl, and the longer she was with Madonna, her life changed dramatically. Being with Madonna was very toxic to her.”
Such a sad, complicated, tragic situation.
What do U think about Dobbie's comments?
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