An outrageous report from the US today has claimed that the Church of Scientology wants to persuade Bindi Irwin, the daughter of legendary crocodile hunter Steve Irwin, to join the controversial religion.
The National Enquirer spoke to former Scientology Celebrity Centre operative Steven Mango, who said: 'I can tell you with certainty that Scientology wants Bindi Irwin as their next celebrity poster child and recruiter.'
Mango, an aspiring actor, was once a poster child for the church himself - his face was splashed on promotional posters and brochures during his four years in the church from 2008 to 2011.
'Scientology promised everything imaginable to help launch my career,' Mango told the publication. 'Little did I know they were all empty promises used to get ultimate devotion.'
Now, Mango uses his experiences to warn other's of Scientology's controversial practices.
'Scientology wants Bindi because she is a positive role model,' the former member explosively tells.
Another Scientology source wildly adds, 'You couldn't ask for a better poster girl for recruitment than the beautiful daughter of a lost and beloved national figure.'
However, a source close to the Irwin family confirmed that these outrageous claims are absurd.
Terri 'would never let her kids anywhere near the organisation near her children,' the source asserts.
The Irwin family are yet to respond to the National Enquirer's report.