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Watch out, Scientology! Leah Remini is *still* coming for you!
As you surely know, the King Of Queens actress has been waging war against her former religion by exposing the organization's corruption and abuses through her A&E docuseries, Scientology and the Aftermath. And it looks as though Miz Remini will continue on with her crusade as it's been renewed for a second season.
UPDATE 3:46 P.M. EST: You can read the LAPD's statement HERE.
We're still reeling from the allegations that Danny Masterson — Hyde from That 70s Show — is being investigated for raping multiple women!
According to the shocking report, Leah Remini is helping to get to the bottom of the accusations by helping the victims — who are Scientologists like Danny — speak out.
Now we finally have a response.
The actor's rep released a statement to The Hollywood Reporter confirming the allegations are real but vehemently denying their veracity — mostly by trying to discredit Danny's accusers.
Ch-ch-check out the full response (below)!
UPDATE 3:49 P.M. EST: Danny has responded. You can read his statement HERE.
You can't Hyde from the truth.
The Church of Scientology has been accused of conducting tons of despicable practices lately, but the latest allegations about the organization may be the worst we've heard yet.
It's been reported that the Los Angeles Police Department has been investigating Scientology celebrity Danny Masterson in at least three alleged cases of rape or sodomy of women.
According to The Underground Bunker, these women, who were also Scientologists, claim they were pressured by the church not to report their accusations against the That ‘70s Show star to the police.
No charges have been filed against the actor, and neither Masterson's camp nor the Church responded to the accusations.
One individual that did comment on the subject was Leah Remini, who has been exposing the religion with her docuseries Scientology and the Aftermath. Apparently, it was the actress' explosive A&E series that encouraged the women to come forward.
Remini said that one of the women (Victim A) came to her with the allegations, and the King of Queens star told her to file a police report. Remini then got personally involved in the investigation, which soon added two additional women to it.
Another one of the women (Victim B) had filed a report with the LAPD in 2004 a year after her alleged rape occurred, however that investigation was closed when the witnesses (who were Scientologists)
"Celebrating our Max & Emme's 9th birthday @jlo @marcanthony @therealangelopagan #familia #memories #friendship"
Though we doubt the two will be getting back together anytime soon — following that smooch, Marc announced his divorce from his fourth wife, Venezuelan model Shannon De Lima.
Maybe there's hope yet!
Thanks to Leah for posting this pic, by the way! Neither Jennifer nor Marc have posted anything to commemorate their children's birthdays!
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Does Scientology entirely depend on Tom Cruise??
Leah Remini went on HBO's Real Time and talked candidly to host Bill Maher about the religion on Friday night — and some of the things she had to say about Cruise and the church were fascinating!!
The full interview can be seen here (above), but even within it, there are a couple of major points upon which to focus: namely, how Remini alleges that it's Cruise himself who could end all the Scientology controversy — and the religion itself.
Here's an interesting interchange on that exact subject (below):
Is this promoting free speech… or hate speech??
Not surprisingly, the Internet criticized the late night TV show for giving the disgusting troll such a large platform. Twitter users wrote: