She received a cease and desist order.
“I've been followed a million times,” said Elliott, 56, who is a computer programmer by trade but was wary to state where her business is located, out of fear that Scientologists would conduct operations there.
She became sympathetic toward those whose families she said have been ripped apart by the church.
Once, when she picked up her English friend from the airport, they drove directly to Los Angeles and asked if the woman could see her daughter, now in her 40s.
She said the taunts didn't stop there.
Elliott said Scientologists do extensive background checks on church critics, even recording the license plates of those who protest at various locations. They will look for things like bankruptcies and drunk driving arrests, and post them online, she said.