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Leah Remini Developing Docu-series about Scientology, Must Be Protected

By Courtney Enlow | Industry | September 26, 2016 |

By Courtney Enlow | Industry | September 26, 2016 |

Stacey Carosi, you in danger, girl.

Leah Remini continues to be the bravest woman in Hollywood, taking on her former “religion” in a new A&E docu-series. The network is being fairly secretive, but it is reported to deal with the experience of family members attempting to free their loved ones from the “church.”

Buzz around the project started popping up several months back when noted Scientology chronicler Tony Ortega reported that Remini was prepping a series about the church’s effect on its members’ families. The subject of Scientology’s “disconnection” process, part of Alex Gibney’s documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, came back into headlines earlier this year when a Los Angeles family paid for a Hollywood billboard with the words “Call Me” written on it in an effort to reconnect with their children who had joined the church.

I linked to it in this post, but this is the perfect time to share CoS’s full statement regarding Remini from late last year. It’s shitpantsbananasbonkers.

Leah Remini has become what she once declared she never wanted to be known as: “this bitter ex-Scientologist.” As USA Today wrote, Ms. Remini is “as famous for being an ex-Scientologist as she is as an actress.” She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money and attention to appear relevant again.

Sadly, bitterness and anger are common threads through Ms. Remini’s life. Rather than take responsibility for self-inflicted problems, she is quick to blame others. When her firing from The Talk erupted into a public embarrassment for her in 2012, we tried to help pick her up off the floor. But she treated everyone around her in a degrading, bullying manner. Her behavior was intolerable.

Leah Remini knows the truth she conveniently rewrites in her revisionist history. The real story is that she desperately tried to remain a Scientologist in 2013, knowing full well she was on the verge of being expelled for refusing to abide by the high level of ethics and decency Scientologists are expected to maintain. Her repeated ethical lapses and callous treatment of others led to an ecclesiastical review which resulted in her being expelled. She now regurgitates the tired myths the Church has repeatedly debunked, circulated by the same tiny clique of expelled former staffers bitter at having lost the positions they enjoyed before their malfeasance and unethical conduct were uncovered. Ms. Remini is now joined at the hip with this collection of deadbeats, admitted liars, self-admitted perjurers, wife beaters and worse.

Ms. Remini also continues her bizarre efforts to harass the Church of Scientology’s leader and his wife, whom Ms. Remini has been obsessed with for years. This culminated in her dishonest, fraudulent report filed in 2013 with the Los Angeles Police Department that was declared “unfounded” and closed within hours of it becoming public. When a person makes disingenuous reports to law enforcement — wasting valuable resources needed to protect the public — they are irresponsible and untrustworthy.

Scientology is the only major religion to be founded in the 20th century and emerge as a major religion in the 21st century. The Church has grown more in the past decade than in its first 50 years combined under the ecclesiastical leadership of Mr. Miscavige, a visionary parishioners and Church staff hold in the highest regard for carrying out the legacy of the Scientology Founder through the renaissance the religion is now experiencing. Mr. Miscavige works tirelessly for the parishioners and their benefit and to aid millions through sponsorship and participation in global humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs. The real story of the Church of Scientology, what it does, its beliefs and practices, is available at

I’ve worked in PR my whole adult life and let me tell you from the angle of a professional that this statement IS GODDAMN ACTUAL LITERAL FLAMING-BAG-OF-FECES INSANITY NONSENSE RIDICULOUS NUCKFUTTERY. But more than that, it’s familiar.

Does it not sound like every Trump statement? Because this means one of two things: either Donald Trump has secret Scientology ties, which would be incredible, or the very specific need to both bully your opponent while making yourself look a goddamn mess through an embarrassingly aggressive and aggressively embarrassing statement is cult behavior. Trump is a cult leader of the nation’s dumbest garbage humans. NEAT.

Anyway, sorry, debate madness has filled my brain to the point of dissolving it, which I think is the only way to get through this. Just watch Remini’s show in 2017.

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