Leah Remini hasn’t finished yet. According to a source who spoke with reporters over at Us Weekly, Leah Remini – the former King Of Queens actress who recently won an Emmy for her documentary regarding Scientology – intends to come back to A & E to investigate other religions which are similar to a “cult.”
The insider added the new episode of her series would be about Jehovah’s Witnesses as well as Nxivm, which is a self-development group.
Back in September, Leah spoke with Entertainment Tonight and hinted at the possibility of doing a third season “in a different way.” Remini told the reporters she received a lot of emails regarding other “cults” what are like Scientology.
As you may know, the 47-year-old left the organization four years ago in 2013 after she questioned the leader, David Miscavige, and claimed many of the members suffered abuse at the hands of higher-ranking individuals.
Since the publication of her series, she has criticized people like Elisabeth Moss and Tom Cruise, who are affluent members of the Church. Leah is outspoken regarding the church’s practices; she has called on the FBI, the IRS, and the Department of Justice for help.
She said if the FBI conducted a raid, they would expose all of their crimes because the church has everything in folders.
In response, the Church of Scientology has repeatedly denied Leah’s claims, stating the former actress is merely looking to oversensationalize the enterprise’s practices to make money and to further her notoriety. Karin Pouw, who acts as a spokesperson for the Church, said Remini would foment “anti-religious bigotry” as long as she makes money.