Leah Remini Calls For Federal Investigation Of Scientology With 'Aftermath' Season 2

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She also said that if a child was molested, he or she would not be allowed to go to the police because it was "against policy". "This shows the extent Leah Remini is willing to go in order to distort the truth about Scientology".

Remini, who has been a harsh critic of the Church of Scientology after leaving the religion in 2013, earned an Emmy nomination for her series "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath".

As for Remini calling for an investigation, "it is pure balderdash".

Leah Remini said a Scientology investigation by federal agencies is needed because of wrongdoing at the celebrity-rich church, The Hollywood Reporter reported.

E! News reports Remini has faced backlash from church and famous Scientologists like Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Elisabeth Moss for her documentary series. "And it's those moments that you go, 'OK - we're doing something'".

And if you thought Leah was fearless for taking on Scientology after season one, just wait until you hear what she has planned for season two of the series.

More specifically, Remini hopes that through the pair's in-depth research of Scientology and its "abusive practices", the USA federal government will eventually step in and conduct a thorough investigation of the religion. 'I thank you for proving those theories wrong'. "If the Federal Bureau of Investigation ever wanted to get anywhere, all they would need to do is do a raid. Everybody who's ever going to Scientology has folders, and everything they've ever said is contained in those folders".

"Scientology policy dictates that children are grown men and women in little bodies". She had previously given an in-depth interview back in October 2015 to ABC's 20/20 about her experiences with Scientology. They believe a 7-year-old girl should not shudder at being passionately kissed.

Remini says the religion is based on L. Ron Hubbard's 1950 book "Dianetics", which describes children as "assets" of the church. They are assets. And if a child is molested, that child and/or parent can not go to the police, because it's against policy. Her star rose again when she turned her views on Scientology into a TV show. The only thing they get is a hate website put out on them by Scientology. The victim gets punished for 'pulling it in, ' which is a Scientology term that means you did something that you're not telling the church about - and that's why you received the abuse. Instead, a child molester would be brought in and given "spiritual auditing or counseling".

"Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath", nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series or Special, returns to A&E on Tuesday at 9 p.m.

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