The My Name Is Earl star was a celebrity member of the controversial religious organisation for decades, and even appeared in promotional material alongside the likes of Tom Cruise and John Travolta.

However, Lee has since cut ties with the Church - and relocated to the city of Denton, Texas with his wife Ceren Alkac and their two children, eight-year-old daughter Casper and four-year-old boy Sonny.

The 46-year-old made the revelation in an interview with, amid rumours suggesting he had moved to Denton to set up a new branch of the Church of Scientology.

"Being that we don't practise Scientology, and that we aren't particularly interested in opening religious centres in general, we have no plans to open a Scientology centre," he explained.

"Quite a few rumours about me/us floating around but none of it's true," he continued. "We're not here to buy up or change or take over Denton, put some kind of personal stamp on it.

"We're just here like anyone else who wants to be a part of Denton's very cool creative community, and to be involved and perhaps help where we can."

Jason's comments emerge a year after his first wife, former Scientologist and actress/photographer Carmen Llywelyn, lashed out at Church officials in a scathing article for, blaming them for wrecking their marriage.

Lee and Llywelyn were married from 1995 to 2001.

He went on to become engaged to actress Beth Riesgraf, the mother of his son, Pilot Inspektor, but they subsequently split and he later wed Ceren in 2008.