A NURSE has told how her immoderate family forced her to picket a child’s wake before banishing her for breaking one of Westboro Baptist Church’s weird rules.
Fitness left-wing Lauren Drain, 31, is a fully-trained cardiac helper whose voluptuous selfies have won over millions of online supporters and warranted her the pretension of the world’s hottest nurse.
After starting out in medical aged just 16, she has worked in a series of roles including complete caring units as good behaving as a charge helper in handling theatres.
Now she has oral out about her life with the controversial church – barbarous for its hate speeches generally against LGBT people, Catholics, Orthodox Christians, American soldiers and politicians.
Her father Steve Drain, 51, got the family concerned with the eremite outfit while making a documentary about their protests.
The eremite organisation has done headlines opposite the universe for their extreme values and their adore of picketing the funerals of US veterans and kids.
Lauren transient the cult when she was 21, leaving behind her family, including her sister Taylor, 26, hermit Boaz, 15, and youngest sister Faith, 13, who are all still members.
And the criticism at the child’s wake was one of the branch points in her life.
She told Mirror Online:: “We had always protested peculiar events, but when the church sent me to picket an trusting child’s funeral, we felt ashamed and disgusted.
“I tried to be as distant down the picket line as probable so my sign wasn’t as manifest and we was anticipating the media wouldn’t proceed me that day.
“I knew we was starting to doubt the beliefs we had been taught. But we didn’t speak to anyone else about leaving. I was too aroused we would remove my family to ever try and leave the church.”
Lauren eventually found herself outcast from the tough village over an email she sent to an “outsider”.
However, by then she realised her role as a helper was at contingency with the group’s beliefs that the death of a child is God’s way of punishing you for not following the trail of righteousness.
“We were taught that the only thing watchful for us was hell, death, illness and drop if we chose not to join the church,” she said.
“They told me if we ever left the church, or was kicked out, then we would go to ruin and substantially die a terrible illness or humour punishment for my ‘sins’.”