By SARA NATHAN and JULIE MOULT
PUBLISHED: 21:17 EST, 26 November 2012 | UPDATED: 13:24 EST, 27 November 2012
- The TV star hit the headlines after he branded his hit show ‘filth’ in an religious rant alongside his spiritual guide Christopher Hudson – filmed on the set of the sitcom
- In another video, suggesting that food may be run out in New York during gas crisis Hudson says: ‘Your baby might start looking like a chicken wing’
- Jones will not appear on the next two episodes of Two and a Half Men – but was booked off BEFORE he hit the headlines
Jay-Z is a devil worshiping Freemason and President Obama is similar to Hitler. Those are just two bizarre claims made by the man who served as a spiritual guide to Two and A Half Men star Angus T Jones.
The TV star hit the headlines after he branded his hit show ‘filth’ in an extraordinary religious rant while sitting alongside his mentor Christopher Hudson.
The 19-year-old – who makes $350,000 per episode playing Jake – was seen urging fans to ‘turn off’ in a new video for the Forerunner Chronicles.
Angus will not film the next two episodes of Two and a Half Men, it was revealed today, as his character Jake Harper is not included in the scripts – however, his absence was booked off before his rant.
In the video the young star laughs as he admits his worried family have described his recent ‘awakening’ to the Seventh-day Adventist movement as a ‘cult’
Executives at Warner Bros and CBS remain baffled by the star’s action and have yet to talk to him, while a spokesman for producer and creator Chuck Lorre said today he had ‘no comment’.
The teenager gave a bizarre testimony filmed in his trailer on set as he says: ‘If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching. I’m on Two and a Half Men and I don’t want to be on it.’
His mother Carey Jones, 42, told MailOnline she was worried for her famous son. ‘I’m concerned he’s being exploited by the church,’ she explained, but refused to comment further.
In the now widely-watched video, Jones says he discovered Hudson through his Forerunner Chronicles video series saying ‘I love watching Forerunner Chronicles … all the information is so great.’
But Hudson’s video’s posted online hold a bizarre set of claims – in one of the low-budget clips he claims Jay-Z is a devil-worshiping Freemason.
Beliefs: In one of the videos Hudson claims Jay Z is a devil-worshiping Freemason
‘Insidious’: Christopher Hudson mocked up a picture of President Obama as Hitler as he attacks his healthcare plan
Jay Z is Lucifer: According to Christopher Hudson, the man acting as Angus T Jones’ spiritual guide
He analyses the rapper’s recent album The Blueprint 3 and says the reason for the name of album choice is because: ‘The blueprint albums are special markers indicating Jay-Z’s progress in his obtaining degrees in the secret order known as the Freemason.’
In another video he states the New York City gas crisis could lead to cannibalism.
Suggesting that food may be run out in New York, Hudson says: ‘If the trucks are cut off you’re going to start eating something if you don’t control your appetite and your baby might start looking like a chicken wing.’
He has previously claimed to expose Obama’s conspiracy with Beyoncé and Lady Gaga to promote homosexuality well as comparing the president to Hitler saying: ‘Like Hitler Obama’s Christianity is just a thin veneer to mask his espousal of the New Age agenda.’
Spiritual advisor: Christopher Hudson promotes his beliefs on his Facebook page
MailOnline revealed that Angus was also given spiritual guidance by a married evangelist couple who say they were ‘saved to serve.
Michael and Denise Johnson, of Moorpark, California, run End Times Like These Ministries, which is linked with the Seventh-day Adventist Church – and have made no secret of their links with the young actor.
Rant: Angus T Jones rages against his hit sitcom, calling it ‘filth’
Mrs Johnson – who is a mother-of-two and a step-mother to her husband’s two daughters – has even posted the video where the 19-year-old star brands the comedy ‘filth’, on her Twitter account.
On her Twitter, Mrs Johnson says she is ‘saved to serve’. She met her husband in 2001 through Adolphus Garnett, Pastor of the Antelope Valley Seventh-day Adventist church.
She added: ‘We were married the following year. From this union, Michael’s End Times Like These Ministries came together with my evangelistic ideas and interests and today we are Director/Speaker and Associate Director of End Times Like These Ministries. ‘
Speaking to MailOnline on Monday night Mr Johnson, 53, said: ‘We teach the word of God. My wife and I have been running a ministry for some time.’
When asked about Angus, Mr Johnson said: ‘At this time, because of the things going on, I can’t comment.’
Meanwhile, a senior source at CBS, which airs Two and A Half Men, admitted the network was baffled by the young star’s rant, adding: ‘At the moment, we are just trying to find out what’s going on, we are trying to figure it out.’
When asked if there would be any inclusion in the young actor’s contract about bringing his show into disrepute, the source added: ‘Angus’s contract is with Warner Brothers and I don’t know the language in his contract.’
The Seventh Day Adventist church where Jones worships is in a shabby Latino neighbourhood in a little-visited area of Los Angeles.
The Valley Crossroads in Pacoima prides itself on being the ‘friendliest church in the San Fernando Valley.’
But last night, it was in total darkness and nobody answered the phone number listed at the sprawling, single-storey premises.
Positioned at the pot-holed junction of a busy crossroads and close to a freeway, it is 15 miles from Angus’ home in upscale Glendale.
The 1970s-built property is surrounded by six foot iron fencing which protects landscaped grounds with trees and rose bushes and a huge car park.
A giant, painted board reads ‘Valley Crossroads, Seventh Day Adventist Church’. It is translated into Spanish on a nearby board.
In front of the building for passers-by to read is an illuminated sign saying: ‘Come unto me… & I will give you rest! Jesus. Matt 11:28.’
Windows at the rear of the cream coloured structure, where the congregation enter through huge wooden doors, are tinted.
Angus, who has been on the show since he was 10 – and now makes $350,000 an episode playing Jake – said: ‘If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching. I’m on Two and a Half Men and I don’t want to be on it.’
‘Please stop watching it and filling your head with filth. People say it’s just entertainment.
‘Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to television and especially with what you watch on television … it’s bad news.’
Writing in a Yahoo group, Mrs Johnson introduced herself by saying: ‘Hello My Name is Denise. I am a Seventh-day Adventist Christian. I work for the Voice of Prophecy in the Bible School for 7 years now. I am married 5 years. Have 2 Step Daughters, and I am the mother of a son and a daughter from my previous marriage.
‘God has truly blessed me to return to Him 10 years ago.
‘My husband and I have a ministry together where we go from church to church training them for evangelism, setting them to become year round evangelistic centers and equipping them to reach their communities by sharing the health message, offering immediate and emergency assistance such as housing, food, clothing, and also offering addiction assistance, troubled youth assistance,etc.
‘We believe that each church should be a safe haven, a community care and a place known by the community as a place of loving and caring people. We also train members on how to give Bible studies.’
She added: ‘God is wonderful as He has led me and my husband to come together to help to finish the work in preparation for His soon coming. Well that is what I am all about…Looking forward to wonderful dialog. Blessings.’
Angus revealed that he found the church during a difficult period in his life.
With his parents Carey and Kelley Jones going through a divorce, he began spending as much time as possible out of home and admits he experimented with drugs.
‘When I look back now I see that… the enemy was trying to push my in a different directions but God… pulled me out right at the last second,’ he said.
‘I was running away from that situation. Slowly that led to drugs. I never drank. And I’m still a virgin so God protected me from those things.’
He described how the Holy Spirit spoke to him through a friend and he accepted Jesus into his life. He then went about the process of finding a church.
In his ForeRunner Chronicles video Jones explained that a schoolfriend introduced him to the Valley Crossroads Seventh-day Adventist Church, where he felt at home.
‘I really started to get into reading the bible and I started to look for a church to go to. Every Sunday I was going to like three or four churches, I was just looking for the right church,’ he said.
And he added: ‘I was looking to go to a church with an all-black congregation,’ explaining that he had imagined himself as a member of a gospel church.
‘The first day I went there I went by myself and I walked in and sat down at the back… It was just like, that was my church
Angus talked about his education in the ‘basic messages of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’, a Protestant Christian denomination which is marked by its observance of the Sabbath on a Saturday.
Members are discouraged from purely secular activities on the Sabbath, instead spend the day worshipping. Preparations begin on the Friday night at sundown.
The official teachings of the denomination are expressed in its 28 Fundamental Beliefs, which Angust revealed he was studying.
His ‘testimony’ was released by the ForeRunner Chronicles.
According to a tweet for The Forerunner Chronicles Jones is now a ‘soldier for truth’.
They state on their Facebook page: ‘The Forerunner is dedicated to proclaiming the truth that you need to know. “To live and die for the truth” is the moto [sic] and Jesus Christ is our general.
‘He gives the orders… we put in the work! No questions asked.’
The ForeRunner has previously released a series of 11 videos entitled the Jay-Z Deception, which chronicle the ‘darkness’ of pop stars like the Rihanna and argue that they are ‘antagonistic to Christianity’.
Both CBS and Warner Bros, which produces Two and a Half Men, had no official comment.
A spokesperson for Jones was not available for comment on the status of Jones’ contract when contacted by Mail Online.