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Nightline: …since she was a teenager. But since breaking with the church, she’s been warning others to stay away, and sharing her stories from the inside. Here’s my Nightline co-anchor, Dan Harris.
LR: I’m going to tell these stories in hopes that people wake up and go, “Okay, somebody needs to do something about this.”
Dan Harris: Leah Remini, the small screen star with a large personality says she’s now on a mission to expose the inner workings of the religion in which she was raised.
LR: I’m not going to be intimidated. The church will get exposed. And I’m not going to stop.
DH: Remini’s running battle with the Church of Scientology reaching a whole new level this week with the airing of the first episode of her A&E docuseries…
BELIEVER [33 ms.] ENEMY [67 ms.] SURVIVOR [33 ms.] OUTCAST [67 ms.] TRAITOR [33 ms.] BELIEVER [34 ms.] TRAITOR [33 ms.] BELIEVER [34 ms.] TRAITOR [33 ms.] ENEMY [33 ms.] DEFECTOR [67 ms.] LEAH REMINI
… Leah Remini, Scientology & the Aftermath. In this eight-part series Remini follows other former members of the church and tells their stories.
LR: I hope that this project at least validates your pain is real.
DH: Remini’s public feud with Scientology began in 2013 when she quit the church and escalated last year with the release of her book Troublemaker in which she described her life within Scientology. The church said the book was a pathetic quest to get publicity. As for her new show, the church insists it’s full of lies and says it is doomed to be a cheap reality tv show. Saying in a statement to abc News, “It is sad that Leah Remini wishes to exploit for money those who tirelessly worked to help her when no-one else was willing to tolerate her behavior. Adding that she needs to stop blaming the church.
LR (reading): She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money.
DH: Remini is now demanding $1.5 million dollars from the church for what she tells the Hollywood Reporter is “a response to the horrific and libelous letters that they sent about me. They were trying to stop the show from happening. They were trying to disparage my name.”
LR: When you stop <expletive deleted> people’s lives and families, I’ll stop too.
- Source: abc Nightline News ↩