The ‘King of Queens’ alum left the Church of Scientology in 2013 to become a vocal critic of its practices
Leah Remini shares her thoughts on how fellow actress Laura Prepon kept her silence about her exit from the Church of Scientology.
The “King of Queens” actress, 51, used to be a part of the church but is now very vocal about the perceived injustices perpetrated by the organization. Remini left Scientology in 2013.
He said daily blast live on Tuesday that Prepon, 41, could use her platform to help others who are struggling to quit.
Remini told the outlet that she “reached out” to Prepon but “not everyone who has a voice uses it.”
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“I met people in Scientology – I promoted it the most in my life,” Remini explained. “For those of us who were in the public eye and who were speaking on behalf of Scientology, engaging people in Scientology, I think we have a responsibility to act when we find out what we are doing. were none of them were only [not] Helpful, but harmful and very harmful to people’s lives.”
The “Scientology and the Aftermath” creator argued that “not everyone feels they have a responsibility” to try and help others.
“Some people, like Laura, feel like they don’t have a responsibility to speak up,” Remini said. “Do I respect that? I mean, not really.”
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Prepon told People Magazine back in August. She had dropped out of church several years earlier.
“I haven’t practiced Scientology in nearly five years, and it’s no longer a part of my life,” the “Orange Is the New Black” star confirmed. Prepon said that she and her husband, Ben Foster, “love to meditate daily, and I’m really enjoying it.”
In a lengthy post on social media last year, Remini slammed rap Karen Bass, D-Cal. His previous appreciation of Scientology.
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“Scientology is guilty of breaking up families, abusing its employees and followers, extortion, destroying evidence, infiltrating government agencies, going after its alleged enemies. It’s not like a real church. Any real There is no price list for church services, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, even millions. Businesses do. No real church condemns God (any god) as a ‘lie.’” She wrote.
She shared, “No real church has a dedicated department to go after its former members with the intention of ‘utterly destroying’ those who report their abuse to the authorities.” “And policies forbid it. No real church uses its tax-exempt money to harass, intimidate those who are silent, or use hundreds of millions to watch private investigators, former members of chases, just because they can. No real church has its employees. Celebrities and followers try to destroy those speaking out about its abuse.”
Remini continued, “Scientology’s hunting and its fair-play strategy is better than yours. Our country deserves a VP who fights for those who can’t fight for themselves. We need leaders who are good. And take a side for the civilized when it is not convenient, those who are willing to fight the Goliaths of the world.”