Leah Remini, "King of Queens" actress and ex-Scientologist, isn't pulling any punches -- and on today's appearance on the "TODAY Show," Remini hit out at her former religion again ... hard!
Remini told "TODAY's" Savannah Guthrie, "I was watching what was happening to former members and former high-ranking clergy of the Church, and I was watching what it was doing in response, and I felt I had a responsibility to help out where I could."
Saying that she wasn't a fan of "bullies," the former CoS member admitted, "it is part of who I am. I was a fighter in the Church. This is what they taught me, so I'm going to continue my fight, but I'm on the right side of that fight now."
"I just want to send the message that I'm not going to sit back and allow it to go on," she revealed.
Claiming that the Church of Scientology "victimized victims," Remini continued, adding she won't "get a dime" for her efforts to take them down.
"It's for the victims," the former "Saved by the Bell" actress added. "It's for the people who have spoken out, but it's also for people who just maybe don't have the strength to fight, feel they don't have a voice. I just want to give people strength and not just with this organization but with any bully. I just hope that that's what the message is."
Remini also revealed her Suppressive Person status, and claimed that members deciding to leave the church are "dealt with" differently than those from a "regular" faith-based organization.
She explained, "If you speak out, you're labeled an enemy to the Church and the Church has policies on how to deal with its enemies, and they go after them. It's in their own policies. So they don't know any different, as I did when I was if the Church. So I understand this. I have compassion for it. Because you do become a person who's very hateful and you're very judgmental towards anyone who isn't a Scientologist."
"A critic of Scientology is dealt with in a very specific way. And that is unlike a real church," she said, eerily.
Leah added that the church is "sly" about their disconnection and their punishment of dissenters.
"They are sly in that they are right about there is no 'policy' of disconnection as it's categorized in the press," she explained. "Because if you're not in it your whole life you don't actually know the inner workings of their policies."
"[It's] very specific about how you deal with someone who has spoken out about the Church of Scientology," she continued, "and there is no option but to disconnect or you will get kicked out of the church."
"It's not easy to just walk away," Leah concluded. "Because most people say, 'Why not just get up and leave?' Well, you're leaving everything you've ever known. You're giving up your whole life because that is what it takes to be a Scientologist."
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