Actress Leah Remini, who’s famous for her role on the hit CBS sitcom The King Of Queens, took her confrontation with the controversial Church of Scientology to a whole new level on Thursday.
The actress told People magazine that she’s doing well since parting ways with the Church, and she is about to shut up.
“I’m good. I have my family. My real friends are behind me and I think that says a lot,” she told the magazine.
Leah recently filed a missing persons report on the wife of the Church’s leader, David Miscavige, saying that Shelly Miscavige hasn’t been seen publicly in many years. Her current whereabouts remains under speculation among the church’s critics, but hours after the report was filed, the LAPD says the case is closed and the report was “unfounded.”
The LAPD says that Shelly is alive and detectives have met with her, but Leah’s still not convinced that Shelly’s really alive and was contacted by the LAPD.
The Church has responded to Leah’s report saying, “This ill advised, ludicrous self promotion and the media inquiries it generated cause and inexcusable distraction for the LAPD. The entire episode was nothing more that a publicity stunt for Ms. Remini.”
Even before pulling this latest bombshell, Leah revealed plans to write a tell-all memoir including her experiences with Scientology.