We doubt Michelle Pugh is smiling now!
"Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a blowjob call …"
And then she actually included a phone number!
Ch-ch-check out the post (below)!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
We still can't believe some of this stuff!
Leah Remini's tell-all book, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood And Scientology, about her accounts of being part of the Church of Scientology just dropped on Tuesday.
Leading up to the controversial book, Leah had done quite a bit of press for it, including an interview with 20/20.
Not only did she reveal to the host that she's given the Church of Scientology "millions" of dollars, but she talked a little bit about her relationship with John Travolta and dished that Tom Cruise's probable relationship with Suri is based on the church's policy.
"Well, she's a baby. She's a child. She doesn't have a choice. No, but the policy of the church is that you can not be connected with someone who has committed a suppressive act. Which I have. Katie (Holmes) has. For the church policy, you have to shun that particular person."
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the interview (below) and hear Remini answer a caller's question about having regrets about Scientology!
She's a troublemaker!
"Here's the thing, I'm from Brooklyn. I might be very naive, I know I've been in California. I'm there more time now, but I still have that inside of me, so I'm good. I'm not worried about nothing. What I'm worried about is breaking a nail."
She sure is brave about the whole thing!
But why write the book at all? Leah says it's just something she has to do:
Just when we thought it couldn't get anymore shocking!
Leah Remini is on a mission to expose the Church of Scientology. Not only did the King of Queens actress drop her tell-all book yesterday titled Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, but she has sat down for interviews on 20/20, as well as The View to go a little more in depth as to the terrible things she's witnessed!
There has already been quite a bit of information that has come out from Remini's book, and since Tom Cruise is such a prominent member in the church, the actress has shared information about the Mission Impossible actor flipping out, as well as his past relationships.
Well now we've got some new disturbing details regarding Cruise's relationship with actress Nazanin Boniadi!
Naznin is an Iranian-born actress who joined the Church of Scientology when she was 17 years old after her mother joined. Leah remembers becoming friends with Boniadi in 2003, but she recalls:
Talk about a truth bomb!
On Tuesday, Leah Remini sat down with the ladies of The View to chat a bit about her new tell-all book Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. However, it seems that the King of Queens actress didn't only write damning things about the controversial religion but about her mother and husband too.
Don't panic, she had a good reason!
From Miz Remini's book, Joy Behar read:
"I am selfish and self-centered … have physically threatened people … my husband is a serial cheater and my mother was a slut."
Whoa! Still, the reality TV star explained that she wrote those things down so that the Church of Scientology couldn't use her past or her loved ones' pasts as ammunition.
Remind us to call Jennifer Lopez the next time we need a home-cooked meal!
On Monday, Leah Remini took to Instagram to show her dear friend J.Lo whipping up something in the kitchen mere hours before her tell-all Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology hit shelves.
Now that's friendship!
Today's the day!
Leah Remini's highly-anticipated tell-all book, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood And Scientology, is finally out in the public.
And as you might have expected, the King Of Queens star had A LOT more to say about him and his bizarre behavior other than just his wedding to Katie Holmes!
Leah recounts the time the Mission Impossible actor flipped out when handed a mug with a chip in the rim. She says he screamed at his assistant, yelling:
"You served me tea in a chipped mug? Do you know who gets served with a mug that's chipped? F**king DBs."
In Scientology, "DBs" stand for "Degraded Beings," and is a derogatory term to call someone who is evil.
Though she continues that he's shown his temper in other ways, even freaking out over cookie dough, which he didn't think was correctly prepared.
She claims he shouted at his assistant over it:
This was very inneresting!
Leah Remini joined Good Morning America on Monday to talk more about her much-discussed upcoming tell-all memoir about growing up in Scientology.
As we reported over the weekend, Remini's book Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology — which will be released to the public on Tuesday — details various accounts of goings-on within Scientology, including the wedding of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.
Now, Remini is speaking out even more, calling Scientology an "extremist" religion, and responding directly to Katie's statement wishing her well, saying:
"It's really because we both left that we're able to have this kind of grace towards each other because we're back to being human."
Ch-ch-check out the video with Remini discussing more of her book and experiences in the church (below):