“King of Queens” star Leah Remini has reportedly quit Scientology. According to reports, Leah was subjected to ‘years of interrogations’ and ‘thought modifications,’ after questioning Scientology leader David Miscavige.
The church allegedly questioned Leah Remini‘s family and blacklisted the actress before she quit. Leah confessed to being a Scientologist in 2001 during an interview and has always come to the church’s defense over the years. Leah was so involved in the religion, she even hosted gatherings where she would help fellow church members get to the next level of Scientology practice. A email was published by Gawker that Leah Remini wrote to fellow Scientlogists about her events to help them – be weary, you need a Scientology decoder to read this email.
What went south between Leah and Scientology? We’re not quite certain, but Scientologist expert and former Village Voice editor Tony Ortega uncovered what started Leah’s rift with the church. Tony wrote
‘that at the wedding of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise, Leah Remini asked Miscavige, who was also Cruise’s best man, why his wife was absent. Ortega reported that Miscavige’s wife has been “kept out of sight at a secretive Scientology facility near Lake Arrowhead.” After the wedding, Leah wrote church-authorized reports in which she criticized Miscavige and his leadership. In the years that followed, the actress and her family were reportedly subjected to repeated questioning and hostility.’
Leah Remini was also one of the first people to see Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes baby, Suri Cruise. As far as Leah asking about ‘Shelly,’ Miscavige’s wife – Tony Ortega wrote more about that and how Shelly has been kept out of sight since 2006. It’s pretty creepy, check it out.