Kirstie Alley ex trying to rescue grandbaby from Scientology

Kirstie Alley’s Ex Parker Stevenson Eager To Save Baby Grandson From Scientology Center

Kirstie Alley’s son, William True Stevenson, with ex husband Parker Stevenson (who is best known for starring in The Hardy Boys) has had a baby who is reportedly on lockdown in the Scientology Center in Los Angeles. Parker Stevenson is terrified that Scientology has kidnapped his grandson, and he is working with former Scientologist Leah Remini to get him back from Alley’s Scientology cronies.

According to the Inquisitr, Leah Remini not only escaped from Scientology with her whole family, but she also wrote a book about Scientology that made Tom Cruise and company irate. Remini says that she has been stocked by those still affiliated with Scientology, because she spilled the beans on Scientology celebrities, including Tom Cruise, who she says is nuts. Remini claims that Scientology absorbed her life, and because she attended the wedding of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and made her feelings known, she was charged with excessive fines by the Church of Scientology, which is what started her exit from the Church of Scientology.

Radar Online claims that Alley’s ex, Parker Stevenson, is seeking the help of Leah Remini, because his son and grandson have been at the Scientology Center in Los Angeles since the baby, Waylon Tripp Parker Stevenson, was born last week, and he is concerned that they are not free to leave.

“Parker’s been having family meetings to try and come up with a plan to save this baby!”

Parker Stevenson, who left Kirstie Alley in 1997, has expressed that he is concerned that Scientology has “snatched the baby.”

“Leah told Parker he’s going to have to bide his time and not do anything rash right now, or the Scientologists will get an even firmer grip on the kids and the new baby.”

Waylon was born on June 21 and has been staying at the Scientology Center with his father, William True, ever since, yet there has been no mention of the baby’s mother anywhere. Parker Stevenson’s other child, Lillie, is also still a member of Scientology.

“Leah is rabidly anti-Scientology, and she has been guiding Parker on how to extract his kids from the church.”

Both Parker Stevenson and Leah Remini both know that going up against Scientology can be dangerous.

It is unknown if Parker Stevenson has access to his son and grandson at the Scientology Center, but Kirstie Alley does, and she is sharing photos of them on social media as a proud grandmother, according to Us Weekly. Kirstie Alley has been posting photos of her boys on Twitter.

“When your son has a son…bliss,” she captioned a black-and-white photo of Stevenson, 23, with the newborn. “Yes this is my secret happy news as promised …Welcome Waylon Tripp Parker.”

Then Alley posted more photos as any new grandma would. Alley and Parker Stevenson adopted William True in 1992, and then the couple divorced in 1997.

The Daily Mail is reporting that Kirstie Alley, 65, has been visiting son William True Parker, 23, and his baby at the Scientology Center, but again, no mention of the son’s partner or the baby’s mother. Parker Stevenson left the Church of Scientology in 1997 when he divorced Kirstie Alley, but was allowed to return recently for a memorial service for his daughter Lillie’s fiancé who was killed in an accident.

The memorial service was planned by John Travolta and Kelly Preston for Nick Trela, the fiancé of Lillie Stevenson, 21, after he died in a motorcycle accident.

Currently, Parker Stevenson has not yet seen his grandson, but he was hoping to soon.

Do you think that Parker Stevenson’s son and grandson are really being held at the Church of Scientology?

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