03 Aug, 2023


David Miscavige and the church of Scientology allegedly harassed Remini

By FactsWow Team

Announcement done emotionally

Leah Remini announced that, in addition to other illegal acts, she would sue the Church of Scientology and its leader, David Miscavige, for harassment, stalking, defamation, and intentional emotional distress.

Media Credits: NY Post

Explored in Twitter

The 53-year-old entertainer uncovered in a Twitter post she had recorded the claim and connected to her Substack. Get more news from factswow.com.

Media Credits: Freedom Magazine

Engagement of defendants

She distributed a press release stating that the defendants had engaged in 'mob-style operations and attacks' against her and other alleged victims.

Media Credits: World Religion News

Scientology as a profession

The star of 'King of Queens' became a Scientologist when she was nine. However, she left the church in 2013 and has become a vocal critic.

Media Credits: Daily Mail

Acceptance of the mishandling

For a very long time, Scientology and David Miscavige have exposed me to what I accept to be mental torment, maligning, observation, provocation, and terrorizing, fundamentally influencing my life and profession.

Media Credits: People

Statement by Remini

I accept I'm not the primary individual designated by Scientology and its tasks, yet I mean to be the last, Remini said in the official statement.

Media Credits: Us Weekly

Complaint copy to the court

In her Substack post, Remini also included a copy of her complaint. The claim was documented in Los Angeles Predominant Court Wednesday and named the litigant's Congregation of Scientology, Miscavige, and Strict Innovation Place, Inc.

Media Credits: Promiflash

Orders which are held

In the public statement, Remini asserted the Strict Innovation Place 'oversees policing tasks and essentially upholds Scientology's discipline orders.'

Media Credits: Religious Technology

Expression in the statement

The public statement expressed that the claim tries to require Scientology and any substance it controls and assets to stop.

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Legally defending themselves

Without fear of retaliation from a cult with bi llions in assets and a tax exemption, people should be free to talk about what they've been through in Scientology, tell their stories, and advocate for them.

Media Credits: YouTube

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