Leah Remini’s New Book Questions Scientology And Tom Cruise’s Mental Health

Leah Remini’s book was released today, and she is taking aim at what she perceives as the current source and evil of the Church of Scientology with Troublemaker. While she was still associated with Scientology, she says she was forced to keep all of Cruise’s secrets, but no more. Now she is revealing what many have suspected for years: There is something wrong with Tom Cruise.

As the Inquisitr reported, Remini, who had been convinced that it was the right thing to do to report on other Scientology followers, got into trouble when she reported that Cruise was behaving oddly and in a manner that was not becoming to a Scientologist. Remini, raised in the religion (which she now seems to believe is a cult), was a true believer. She says after her mother became a follower, she was never there for Leah and her sister, and she left Scientology because they were limiting her time with her daughter and her husband, That was not for Remini, but she believes that Cruise is an automaton and cares about the power he wields through the church more than anything.


Radar Online has made shocking revelations about the Church of Scientology and Tom Cruise himself. She says she will no longer hide his sick secrets. She indicates that Cruise didn’t like Kirstie Alley or John Travolta, and he would never welcome them into the top tier of his Scientology clique. Remini also insists that the rule was that nobody was allowed to say no to any of Tom Cruise’s demands.

“Don’t refuse Cruise! The actor’s personal Scientology handler, Tommy Davis, ordered Remini and her husband Angelo Pagan to teach Cruise salsa dancing lessons in a last minute obligatory invitation to his Beverly Hills mansion. When they arrived, Cruise surprised Remini by bringing actress Katie Holmes along for the lesson. (Their relationship was still a secret.) Two Scientology handlers watched their every move, adding to a ‘weird feeling’ Remini says she felt from the visit.”

Remini believes that Cruise is mentally unwell, and he is mentally stunted. She said his idea of fun was to play hide and seek in his mansion. She also said he regularly berated people he perceived as beneath him.

“Remini says she once witnessed Cruise berate a female assistant when he thought she hadn’t properly prepared cookie dough for the group to bake. ‘Get in the f***ing present time, is what you need to do!’ she claimed he screamed, adding that the assistant was beneath late Scientology founder L. Rob Hubbard, church leader David Misgivage and himself. Turns out, the cookie dough was under his nose the entire time. ‘It was horrible to watch someone I admired come undone, and even worse to witness the fear in the assistant’s eyes,’ Remini recalls.”


The Mirror claims that Remini was put in peril for speaking out on Tom Cruise’s rude and odd behavior with Matt Lauer and Brooke Shields, plus his odd couch jumping that shocked Oprah Winfrey. She was dealt with and asked to recant her findings.

“So you then become guilty,” she continued. “So being critical of Tom Cruise is being critical of Scientology itself. You are a person who is anti-the aims and goals of Scientology. You are evil.”

Between all of his handlers and the rules surrounding the aura of Cruise, Remini had had enough and didn’t want to worship Tom Cruise the way all Scientologists now are.


Will you be reading Remini’s book Troublemaker?

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