Leah Remini Has A Big Announcement, And It Spells Trouble For The Church Of Scientology, Possibly For Tom Cruise

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In her quest to expose the Church of Scientology, Leah Remini is joining an even bigger platform to reach an even wider audience.

Her critically-acclaimed series, Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, will be on Netflix starting November 1st, 2020.

The show ran for three seasons on A&E between November 2016 and August 2019, where the actress shared her experience as a former member.

The King of Queens star also conducted interviews with many people, including those who left the controversial church.

The actress, who spent more than 30 years as a prominent Scientologist, left no stone unturned during the captivating episodes — she tackled the wild practices and policies.

Leah Remini: Scientology will be the only Scientology-related series on Netflix. The documentary My Scientology Movie ended in July 2020 after a three-year run.

In the past years, Remini has become the most talked-about Scientologist turned whistleblower. She has announced that she is already hard at work on another project now that Aftermath has wrapped up.

Remini promised that she would be going after the church and its famous members.

She told EW: “We are working on something, Mike and I. Our audience is as enraged as we are. They want to see this cult stopped. We don’t have $3 billion at our disposal to have a knockout punch so quickly, but we’re hoping this next phase we will be more active in taking action…. Their little celebration party will be short-lived, I can tell you that.”

In various interviews, her memoir, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, series, and podcast, Remini has made some surprising revelations about the church and members, including Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, and Nicole Kidman.

She dropped this bombshell about Suri Cruise, who was seen crying on the bathroom floor at Cruise and Katie Holmes’s wedding.

Remini stated: “Suri was also there that night. I heard a baby crying from the direction of the bathroom. She was a seven-month-old up late in a loud, crowded, dark restaurant, so what else was she going to do? The crying kept up, and Katie didn’t seem to notice…Is anyone going to do anything? I thought. After about five minutes, I headed to the bathroom to offer some help. When I opened the door, I found three women, including Tom’s sister and his assistant, standing over the baby, who was lying on the tile floor… Rather than talking to her in a soothing voice, they kept saying, ‘Suri! Suri!’ in a tone that sounded like they were telling an adult to get her shit together.”

She also spoke about Kidman, who was viewed as an SP, or Suppressive Person: “On the way to the airport from the wedding, Angelo and I found ourselves in the same van as Bella and Connor Cruise… I had always wondered why they didn’t have a relationship with their mom [Nicole Kidman], but I could never ask them because there was always someone else around. Driving to the airport alone with them, I had my chance. ‘Hey, guys. How’s your mom? Do you see her a lot?’ I asked. ‘Not if I have a choice,’ Bella said. ‘Our mom is a f—king SP.'”

Remini will not stop until her job is done.

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