Leah Remini Warns Tom Cruise Fans ‘Don’t Let the Movie Star Charm Fool You’

Leah Remini warns people not to be suckered by Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick success. He’s still tied to the Church of Scientology and knows about its alleged abuses says Remini.

Remini, 51, tweeted out a reply to friend Claire Headley’s own Facebook post about Tom Cruise and Scientology. Headley is an ex-Scientology staffer who sued the Church of Scientology in 2009 over “unfair labor practices, forced abortion and human trafficking.”

In Headley’s Facebook post, she reminds people about Cruise and his “crimes against humanity.” Also, she also asks, when did Tom last talk to daughter Suri?

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 crimes against humanity. Extreme, you may think? Destroying families is a crime against humanity. My opinion. Ask yourself: When is the last time Tom talked to his only biological daughter, Suri?

Tom Cruise promotes a dangerous cult 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 abuses the organization perpetrates. I worked with him while I was there.

Remini screenshotted Headley’s post and tweeted her own support.

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.

Top Gun: Maverick is on track for a billion dollar gross, even more eventually. Fans still scream for him, judging by the reaction at Cannes.

Meanwhile, the Church of Scientology settles lawsuits over coerced abortions by the Church of Scientology.

Back in 2016, In Touch reported Tom Cruise hadn’t spoken to Suri in 1000 days. In Touch theorized this was due to Scientology’s “disconnection” policy. From the Church of Scientology’s website on disconnection:

A Scientologist can have trouble making spiritual progress in his auditing or training if he is connected to someone who is suppressive or who is antagonistic to Scientology or its tenets. …when all attempts to handle have failed, one “disconnects” from or stops communicating with the person.

Does this sound like Suri? I don’t know. She’s 16. How antagonistic could she be towards Scientology? Why should Tom cut her off, if he’s doing it because of “disconnection”? Gut instinct says she probably just wants to know her dad more. Or maybe she’s checked out from wanting to know. Hard to say. It reminds me of Trinity Rodman and Dennis Rodman.

ESPN recently interviewed Trinity Rodman. She said while she goes years without Dennis’ presence or communication, she still considers herself his “little girl.” Pretty sure that’s any kid whose parent isn’t around.

I’m waiting for the day Tom spills all about the Church of Scientology. Maybe on his deathbed when he doesn’t feel the pressure to hide his secrets anymore.

Remini, meanwhile, seems to be doing better. Back in January 2022, Remini posted on Instagram that Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard’s “deep disdain for conventional education” caused her to end her education at the 8th grade level. Now that she’s broken free from the church, she started taking classes at NYU.

Had you told me then that I would be a student at NYU at age 51, I wouldn’t have believed it. I had big dreams but looking back they were rooted in my desire to survive, not to educate myself.

Good for Remini. The Church of Scientology seems really powerful and suppressive. Back to Headley.

The Church of Scientology had the Headleys’ (Clarie and husband Marc Headley both sued) lawsuit dismissed. The Headleys appealed in 2012, but were unsuccessful.

Now, when you Google the Headleys, comes up. The very first paragraph on the site calls them a “husband-wife, placard-carrying members of the cyber terrorist hate group.” Sinister.

Don’t cross the Church of Scientology. Seems like they won’t stop at suppressing dissenters (like a communist country). They also seem to hide behind the First Amendment (from the court ruling, Scientology “enjoyed the protection of the free exercise of religion clause in the First Amendment.”)

Seems more like a dictatorship than a church to me.

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