Leah Remini’s jaw-dropping lawsuit against the Church of Scientology for claims of stalking and harassment chronicles numerous incidents that she endured over the year.
At the TomKat nuptials in Italy, Remini questioned the whereabouts of leader David Miscavige’s wife, Shelley, who “was nowhere to be found.”
That inquiry set off a chain of events that led to a severe punishment.
The 53-year-old actress wrote a “Knowledge Report” to the church where she expressed her concerns about Shelley.
Instead of being seen as a helpful member of the church, Remini was reportedly sent to the Scientology “spiritual” headquarters in Clearwater, Florida.
Calling it “one of her life’s worst nightmares,” Remini was reprimanded for four months after being “presented with dozens of internal reports from Scientologists complaining about her behavior at the wedding.”
The suit alleges that this process “cost her hundreds of thousands of dollars and nearly led her to have a psychotic breakdown” until she finally relented and took back her report about Shelley.
The reported punishment didn’t end there.
Remini alleged that she also had to make amends with the head of Scientology and Cruise by donating “money to name a seat in a theater after Suri Cruise.”
By the time Remini exited the Church of Scientology in 2013, she believes she had spent around $5 million of her personal fortune over 35 years as member of the church.
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