Gardaí investigating report of assault on boy, 14, at Dublin Scientology centre

Gardaí investigating report of assault on boy, 14, at Dublin Scientology centre
The Church of Scientology centre in Dublin. Pic: Google Maps.

Gardaí are investigating an alleged assault on a young teenager at the new Scientology centre in Dublin.

The 14-year-old's mother claims he suffered a number of injuries, including a fractured wrist, during the alleged incident at the Rathfarnham centre.

It is said to have happened at around 6.30pm last Saturday at the €6m facility in Firhouse which opened three months ago.

Investigations into the incident are ongoing.

The woman and son are said to be not connected to the facility.


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