What is happening this summer??
The 30-year-old confessed to IG:
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She sure has a good attitude about all this!
While the organization may have issued a critical statement about the Reality TV star, Leah was actually quite respectful while telling Andy Cohen about leaving Scientology on Watch What Happens Live! on Wednesday night.
We can't imagine what it must have been like to lose so many friends at one time, but it's nice to see she's still happy.
Leah was on the Bravo talk show to promote the new season of her TLC reality show It's All Relative, and we think she did a great job of representing her show well.
Ch-ch-check out Leah's honest opinions on the Church of Scientology (above)!!!
This probably isn't what she had in mind when she was filming Season Two.
Back in 2013, Leah Remini had a very public falling out with the Church of Scientology.
Having been raised a Scientologist, it was a bit of a shock when she decided she no longer wanted to be associated with the organization, despite knowing what ramifications would come along with her exit.
Now, two years later, Leah is busy promoting her new season of Leah Remini: It's All Relative on TLC, and we finally learned that her reason for leaving was to make sure her daughter Sophia never had to feel pressured to cut ties with her family.
Well, this admission obviously didn't sit well with the Church, because a spokesperson has issued a statement about their former member, saying:
Hmm, very inneresting!
Laura Prepon's certainly found her happy place — and apparently it's all thanks to Scientology.
On Tuesday, the Orange is the New Black actress revealed that her relaxed demeanor comes from her work in the controversial religion.
The starlet spoke with the religion's magazine and talked about her journey in Scientology.
"When I first got into Scientology, I did Personal Values and Integrity and then Overcoming Ups and Downs in Life. These courses touched on the observations I was aware of when I was younger. It was right there in black and white. It was amazing, and I felt that finally something was speaking my language. It totally connected with me. Pretty soon after that I got onto the Purification Rundown, and I started moving up the Bridge."
In case you forgot, Scientologist believe that through a therapeutic process called "auditing" followers are able release a "thetan" or spirit from the body.
Sounds very — zen?!
It's been two years since Leah Remini made the decision to leave the Church of Scientology — but it seems the actress is still dealing with the fallout!
The King of Queens star discussed her post-Scientology life for Oprah Winfrey's Where Are They Now? Apparently, the brunette beauty made the tough call about the church for the sake of her daughter, Sofia.
"My mother was in Scientology my whole life. Most people don't know that we were raised in it. I didn't decide to get into it — I was brought into it by my mom."
In addition to being brought into the faith by her mother, Leah dedicated over three decades of her life to the controversial organization.
On Sunday night, HBO aired its controversial documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, and as expected it got people talking.
All the revelations about wire tapping, propaganda, how the organization treats Suppressive Persons, or SPs — it's pretty wild stuff!
Of course, there's no place on Earth more affected by Scientology than Hollywood.
So what did Hollywood think of Going Clear? Here are some of the best celeb reactions:
We're glad justice is being served!
On Tuesday, it was revealed that Robert John Reitz was charged in the state of California after allegedly drunkenly crashing into Jennifer Lopez's Rolls Royce in September, which had her two children and Leah Remini inside.
The Las Vegas resident is charged with misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and driving at nearly double the legal blood-alcohol limit.