In fact, Leah actually stopped by Larry King Nowright before the holidays over the weekend to chat about all things Scientology… where she promptly challenged the "church" to sue her for a second time!
After imploring the organization to sue her for slander on Dr. Ozearlier this month, it seems the King of Queens star is still plenty confident they'd have no case.
When Larry asked Leah if she had any response to the church's claims that her Aftermath participants are proven "liars," she called them on their bluff, saying:
"Then they should sue us. It's as simple as that. They say this on every outlet they can. They have said that about every single person who's spoken out, and not one lawsuit has been brought to anybody. This is not a group that is scared of a lawsuit. They're a litigious group. If that were true, they would simply sue us. And I welcome them to do that."
And it'd seem rightfully so, as Casey Affleckwas nominated for anOscar for his role in the flick Manchester By The Sea, despite having multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault under his belt. Oof.
In case you forgot, back in 2010, Affleck settled out of court with two women who accused him of sexual harassment while working on his documentary, I'm Still Here. Since both ladies wanted no less than $2 million a piece, it was believed Ben Affleck's bro shelled out a pretty penny to get the legal drama dropped!
While it may seem like most of Hollywood has forgotten the upsetting story, the Fresh Off The Boat actress clearly hasn't as she called out The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences forrewarding the controversial actor. Miz Wu took to Twitter and wrote: