On Twitter, the 51-year-old actress and former Scientologist applauded her friend Claire Headley for exposing Cruise’s alleged “cr’imes against humanity.” In the wake of reports of Tom Cruise’s latest film’s box office success, Leah Remini criticized him for his association with the Church of Scientology.
The 51-year-old alum of Saved by the Bell commended her friend Claire Headley on Twitter for exposing Cruise’s alleged “cr’imes against humanity.”
Remini, a former Scientologist herself, wrote alongside a screenshot of a lengthy Facebook post by Headley: “Thank you to my friend @claireheadley for your courage. You have continued to speak out despite the non-stop at’tacks from Scientology. And as Claire says in her post below, Tom Cruise knows exactly what goes on in Scientology. Don’t let the movie star charm fool you.”
Headley’s post read: “Glad all you Top Gun fans are enjoying the new movie. Personally, recent posts about this movie only serve to remind me of Tom Cruise and his cri’mes against humanity.
Thank you to my friend @claireheadley for your courage.
You have continued to speak out despite the non-stop attacks from Scientology.
And as Claire says in her post below, Tom Cruise knows exactly what goes on in Scientology.
Don’t let the movie star charm fool you. pic.twitter.com/zQKwJWuJLj
— Leah Remini (@LeahRemini) June 11, 2022
“Extreme, you may think? Destroying families is a cr’ime against humanity. My opinion. Ask yourself: When is the last time Tom talked to his only biological daughter, Suri? Remember Katie Holmes and her extreme efforts to break free of his and Scientology’s control?
“Tom Cruise promotes a da’ngerous cu’lt that destroyed my family too, the same cult that almost cost me my marriage and my life.
“The same cult that forced me to have two abortions, and which I fled from in 2005 with the clothes on my back and $200 in my pocket, to which they tracked me down, across state lines, to attempt to prevent my escape. Thank God they failed.
“So no, I will not watch the movie, nor will I ever support or approve of this scam of a man. Trust me, Tom Cruise knows exactly who he is supporting and the ab’uses that organization perpetrates. I worked with him while I was there.
“No doubt my post will likely ‘disappear’ with Facebook algo’rithms, I feel better saying it nonetheless. And thank you to my friends who understand. You know who you are.”
Remini joined the Church of Scientology as a child and quit in 2013. She has attempted to expose some of the religion’s purported goings-on since leaving it.
She even created an Emmy-winning series called Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath about the controversial church.