Not even the cancellation of a show will prevent Leah Remini from sharing her truth about the controversial Church of Scientology and Tom Cruise.
As it was previously reported, Remini was set to appear in the mini-series Scientology Black Ops. After several episodes were filmed, it was abruptly canceled, and Remini was quick to point the fingers at Cruise.
Remini believed that Cruise was not pleased with the claims made against him in the Scientology documentary series, so he, therefore, pressured the network to ax it before it ever aired.
Remini shared her theory with the website The Underground Bunker: “This show had been legally vetted since January by Channel 7. Up to ten hours before it was going to air, it was still scheduled to go. The last-minute decision to kill it has Tom Cruise, Tom Davis, and James Packer written all over it.”
Someway, somehow the video interviews have leaked online, and they feature Remini and multiple experts in the field exposing the heads and famous members of the church.
In the newly surfaced video, Remini boldly called out Cruise for his behavior. Remini claimed that the action star was an awful human being and added: “I’ve met many people who worked with Tom. They go, ‘He’s the nicest guy.’ I go, ‘Bullsh*t.’ Tom is an awful human being to Scientologists.”
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She went to say that Cruise is definitely the right person to be the face of the religious movement. The cult whistleblower revealed: “He’s the example of Scientology. They chose the right guy.”
Remini, an ex-Scientologist, has been on a mission to expose the religion’s jaw-dropping ways of doing things.
She recently slammed Cruise by saying: “Tom has gotten away with being this ‘nice guy,’ because that’s what Scientology policy says—to create good PR in the world and make those ‘good actions’ known. But if you actually look at his actions, they’re not consistent.”
The host of the Emmy-winning A&E series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath went on to say: “When I was in Scientology I got in trouble in Scientology for saying, ‘Why is this guy the poster child for Scientology? He can’t keep a f@ckin’ marriage together; he’s jumping on couches, he’s acting like he knows anything about postpartum.’ I learned pretty quickly that that’s not something you should be doing, because Tom Cruise is considered a messiah in Scientology. This is a man who has not even seen his own daughter in years. That this guy can be running around and having people think he’s this super-nice guy, I don’t get it. But that’s the Hollywood-bullshit game people play.”
Remini claims that her crusade has not been very profitable, at least for now.