Celebrity Scientologists: Leah Remini Interview, Kirstie Alley Weight, Tom Cruise Rumors [UPDATE]
When it comes to celebrity Scientologists, both past and present, rumors are always flying. Leah Remini recently opened up during a tell all interview, Kirstie Alley's weight is once again the subject of a discreditable publication, and rumors that Tom Cruise's ex, Katie Holmes, is dating Jamie Foxx resurfaced.
Leah Remini has been very vocal about the questionable methods of the Church of Scientology, following her high-profile split from the religion back in 2013.
This is especially true when it comes to the raising of her daughter, Sofia. According to Remini, that was one of the driving forces in her decision to leave the church (via her Buzzfeed interview):
"I started thinking of my own childhood and how I grew up resenting my mother because she was never home. It's funny; somehow my father, the guy who left his kids and never paid child support, was excluded from my resentment and I grew up resenting my mother for not being home to make food, like all my friends' moms were. But my mom thought she was doing something good; she thought she was helping the planet. That's what the Church tells you."
One person who is likely furious with Remini's interview is Kirstie Alley. Unfortunately, she has even bigger problems on her hands (and legs and thighs and stomach and neck).
Kirstie's weight has always fluctuated, but now it has some concerned, according to National Enquirer (the world's LEAST trusted source in news):
"Kirstie Alley has packed on at least 35 pounds in just weeks - and now pals fear TV's Fat Actress has given up dieting for good... and will eat herself into an early grave!"
Another person who may be growing concerned is Tom Cruise. The Top Gun actor's ex-wife is reportedly dating his friend, Jamie Foxx.
What do you think about the latest claims? Is Kirstie Alley going to eat herself to death? Is Leah Remini being truthful about how terrible the church is? Do you think Tom cares if Jamie dates Katie?
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