Tom Cruise is expected to get more grief about Scientology as Katie Holmes' ex may be a target in a tv series produced by Leah Remini. Tom Cruise was recently alleged to be leaving Scientology because of love and Katie Holmes' ex will find much to object on the family disconnection theme.
Huffington Post reports that Leah Remini is not necessarily targeting Tom Cruise in her tv series on Scientology. However, Katie Holmes' ex had been the object of numerous speculations on Scientology.
Specifically, Tom Cruise and his relationship with daughter Suri by ex-wife Katie Holmes had been a common reference for family disconnection because of Scientology practices. Leah Remini will have more to talk about than Tom Cruise and his daughter with Katie Holmes as "The King Of Queens" star has her own family to think of in this Scientology project.
Leah Remini was a member of the Church Of Scientology from the age of nine. After leaving the church in 2013, Leah Remini published "Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology."
Entertainment Tonight reports that Leah Remini left Scientology mainly for the well-being of her daughter Sofia. "The King Of Queens" star did not want Sofia to be experience and learn what she did in Scientology.
"They say they're loving, caring, non-judgmental people, but secretly, they were judging the world for not believing what they believed," Leah Remini said. "That's a judgmental person and that is the person that I was. I was a hypocrite, and the worst thing you can be in this world is a hypocrite."
According to Entertainment Tonight, Leah Remini had been discredited by the Church Of Scientology as having rewritten her real history. Rather than quitting, the Church Of Scientology claims Leah Remini was about to be expelled.
Earlier on, The Blaze cited Leah Remini in revealing that the Church Of Scientology disapproves any criticism of Tom Cruise. A criticism of Tom Cruise was tantamount to a criticism of Scientology and equates such to being evil.
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