Kirstie Alley denies her diet product being a front for Scientology

Kirstie Alley took her fat ass to the Today to swear up and down that her new Organic Liasons diet isn’t a front for Scientology and that Scientology doesn’t get a cut of Organic Liasons profits despite the fact that their office is located in the same building as the World Institute of Scientology in Clearwater, Fla., that they have two prominent members of Scientology on the advisory board and have a “highly placed” Scientologist in Saul Lilpson acting as their accountant.

Alley, spitting donut flakes over Meredith, bellowed, “It’s bullshit. It’s not true. It’s not true. I’m the top executive. The address in Clearwater is my accountant, and he’s a Scientology Jew. I don’t know what to say to it.” When asked if profits go to Scientology, she responded, “No, they don’t. I’m way too cheap to do that.”

Jesus. Kirstie might as well have stood on a scale insisting to Meredith that her diet works while the needle on the scale ticked upward by the second as Kirstie picked through her folds to eat the crumbs trapped inside.

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14 years ago

This low-class article reeks of a writer who cannot stand the success of others.

Alley has tremendous courage to come out and expose herself to all the jokes and certain ridicule (see above) that this venture will subject her to.

As the old saying goes, “She has more courage in her little finger than the article’s anonymous author has in her whole brain.”

Yay, Kirstie. Ignore the micro-minds.

14 years ago

JustTolerant = $cientology OSA handler