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Leah Remini at the 2018 Producers' Guild Awards (PGA) where the coveted Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures went to Guillermo del Toro and J. Miles Dale for 'The Shape of Water' - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 21st January 2018
Leah currently presents Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath on A&E.
The former Scientologist says she never tried to convert her friend and colleague during the nine seasons they worked on the CBS sitcom, despite the fact church members are expected to recruit those closest to them.
Leah Remini has claimed that the Church of Scientology wanted her to convert Kevin James
Continue reading: Leah Remini Says Scientology Wanted Her To Recruit Kevin James
'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath' returns for a second series on August 15th.
Actress Leah Remini is calling for a federal investigation into the Church of Scientology, ahead of the second series of her documentary about the religion.
The 47 year old star was discussing the imminent broadcast of her series ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath’, and she revealed that her objective in the documentary was to expose “all of the abusive practices of Scientology” including “sexual abuse and physical abuse”, and ultimately garner enough evidence to launch a full-blown federal investigation.
“I’m talking about the FBI, the police, the Department of Justice, the IRS,” Remini told The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday, August 9th. “If the FBI ever want to get anywhere, all they would need to do is a raid. Everybody who’s ever gone to Scientology has folders and everything you’ve ever said is contained in those folders.”
Katie Holmes and Leah Remini are both no longer members of Scientology
Despite the fact that former power couple Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise divorced three years ago, it seems that the pair still know how to rile each other up. As controversy about Scientology continues to hit the headlines, it appears Tom is angry that ex-wife Katie has reached out to the Scientology enemy.
The former couple still appear to be at loggerheads
With Leah Rimini in the Church’s bad books following her penning a tell-all book, Trouble Maker, about her time as a Scientologist, the Mission Impossible actor has reacted badly to Katie apologising to Remini for the way she has been treated in the past.
Following her expose of her relationship with Scientology last week, Remini said that Holmes' apology statement nearly reduced her to tears.
Following her explosive interview last week about the Church of Scientology, Leah Remini has revealed that Katie Holmes’ apology for causing her any distress in the past “almost makes me want to cry” in a new TV appearance.
Remini’s sensational appearance on ‘20/20’ on Friday was one of the biggest news items of the week, and it prompted an on-air statement of regret from Holmes – which came via a written note and not from a face-to-face interview with Holmes herself – that read: “I regret having upset Leah in the past, and wish her only the best in the future.”
Leah Remini gave another interview about Scientology on Monday
Continue reading: Leah Remini Says Katie Holmes' Statement Nearly Made Her Cry
While on TV discussing her new autobiography, she claimed that the Church used her to attempt to recruit Jennifer Lopez.
Ahead of the release of her new memoir next week about her career and her experience with Scientology, actress Leah Remini has given an explosive new interview about the religion.
Remini, most famous for her role as Carrie Heffernan on CBS sitcom ‘The King of Queens’ from 1998 to 2007, was speaking to ABC’s ‘20/20’ on Friday night (October 30th) when she made a series of claims about the religion exploiting her and then dumping her when she had outlived her usefulness.
“Being critical of Tom Cruise is being critical of Scientology itself,” she asserted. “You are a person who is anti the aims and goals of Scientology, you are evil.”
Continue reading: Leah Remini Gives Sensational Interview About Scientology
Leah Remini - Leah Remini at Universal Studios where she was interviewed by Charissa Thompson for the television show 'Extra' at Universal Studios Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 7th July 2015
The alleged drunk driver was booked for a misdemeanour and released from jail on $15,000 bail.
The man responsible for rear-ending the car of Jennifer Lopez, her best friend actress Leah Remini and their children in Malibu, California, before driving away while drunk has been identified as a 53 year-old male, Robert J. Reitz of Las Vegas.
Shortly after being apprehended by local authorities, Reitz was charged with a misdemeanour for the car crash and was released from jail on $15,000 bail on Sunday (Sept 28th), according to the New York Daily News.
The former 'The Kings of Queens' actress will have a show depicting her family life in their Los Angeles home, as well as featuring one or two colleagues.
Leah Remini could become television's next big reality TV star.
The 43 year-old, who will feature in a 12-episode series, starts production for the new show today (Wed 5th March).
Deadline reports, the series is expected to focus on her family life in Los Angeles.
Continue reading: Leah Remini Lands Own Reality TV Show On TLC
Leah Remini reflects on her decision to walk away from Scientology, which led to a reconciliation with the actress' mother, and an improved relationship with her family.
Leah Remini gets very candid about the controversial religion Scientology, which she was a member of since childhood.
The 43 year-old gained wide spread attention when leaving the Church of Scientology last summer (2013), but now she brands the movement as a total "lie", and even calls herself a "hypocrite."
For the first time since Remini's exit from the religion, she opens up about what made her decide to walk away, in an interview with BuzzFeed.
The actress and former Scientologist tells all in a new interview.
Leah Remini has given a candid interview about her experience of the Church of Scientology and why she chose to cut all ties with the controversial religion. The actress made headlines last summer after she announced that she wasn't a Scientologist anymore, prompting wild speculation and a back and forth between the Kings of Queens star and her former church.
Leah Remini Made Headlines When She Announced Her Departure From The Church Of Scientology.
After three decades as a member of the Church, founded in 1952 by L. Ron Hubbard, Remini left, saying that she didn't want to be told how to live her life. "I believe that people should be able to question things. I believe that people should value family, and value friendships [...] no one is going to tell me how I need to think, no one is going to tell me who I can, and cannot, talk to," she told People at the time.
"She's a bigot": seems like there's no love lost between Kirstie Alley and former Scientologist Leah Remini.
Kirstie Alley has finally been given a channel to lift the lid on her feelings towards ex-Scientologist and actress Leah Remini. The actress, comedian and fierce Scientology supporter vented her anger on Wednesday's edition of The Howard Stern Show.
Kirstie Alley Lashed Out At Leah Remini On 'The Howard Stern Show.'
Though Alley was being interviewed on the show to promote her own new sitcom, Kirstie, the conversation moved to her faith and how she claimed that Scientology had saved her younger self from destruction when she was a cocaine addict.
Continue reading: Kirstie Alley Slams Leah Remini Over Scientology Remarks
Leah Remini - Leah Remini arrives with her daughter to the Dancing with the Stars 2013 studios for rehearsal's for Week 2 of the competition - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Sunday 22nd September 2013
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